What Every Woman Should Know about Long-Term Care

Why Women May Have More Risk On average, the difference between men and women’s life expectancies beyond age 65 is 2 ½ years. Women age 65 have a life expectancy of 23 more years (age 88)1. This “longevity bonus” women experience creates a greater risk for care. More than two-thirds of the long-term care population… Continue reading What Every Woman Should Know about Long-Term Care

Planning for a Business Transition

Exit Planning vs. Succession Planning For business owners, terminology pertaining to planning services can be a little confusing. Many owners believe exit planning is the same as succession planning, but they are not. Succession planning is the process of identifying successors from inside the business and developing their skills and business acumen so that they… Continue reading Planning for a Business Transition

Business Succession is Inevitable

Whether it happens by design or by default, the ownership status of every business will transition and change.  Those transitions that happen by design (continual, thoughtful planning) will be smooth and rewarding.  Those that happen by default will be a mess. There are over 5.5 million family businesses in the United States and they employ… Continue reading Business Succession is Inevitable