Find out if you are well-planned for each business cycle by reviewing this checklist.
- Business capital phase, where the business is building and growing.
- Personal capital phase, when it’s time to plan for capital assets outside the business capital phase.
- Legacy capital phase, where managing and transferring wealth are your primary concerns.
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What is the definition of a “well-planned” business owner? One who understands the importance of organizing and streamlining each business cycle, planning for the growth, transition, and personal considerations that come with each phase: the Business Capital phase, when the business is building and growing; the Personal Capital phase, when it’s time to plan for capital assets outside the business; and the Legacy Capital phase, where managing and transferring wealth are the primary concerns. Thinking in these terms and planning for each business cycle and associated phase can go a long way in helping a business owner successfully prepare for the transitions ahead.
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