After negative real growth in the year’s first half, the U.S. economy looks to have reaccelerated in the second half of 2022.
So, you’ve done it. Your lifelong dream of being a business owner is now a reality. You’re running a successful company. But have you considered what happens when you’re ready…
While it may seem like a far-off reality, legacy planning for the business you’ve worked hard to build is an essential ingredient in running a successful business for the long haul. Here are some of the key questions to consider when creating your buy-sell agreement.
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The process of elder care planning can feel overwhelming without guidance from experts in the field who have your best interest in mind. Tune in to hear from the best and learn what documents should be in place, what Medicare covers, how to manage care options, and how to begin end-of-life planning.
Q3 earnings season is well underway, giving us a good view on the underlying health of the economy.
SignatureFD’s CEO Heather Fortner sat down with Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Crystal Edmonson for the “On Leadership with Atlanta Business Chronicle” podcast to discuss how SignatureFD works with clients for Net Worthwhile.
So, you’ve done it. Your lifelong dream of being a business owner is now a reality. You’re running a successful company. But have you considered what happens when you’re ready to retire?
When a company is being purchased or going through an initial public offering, executives and employees receiving equity compensation should understand how their shares will be handled before, during, and after the transaction. It is not always what you think, and mistakes can be costly.
There are many challenges facing executives in selling their company stock. Executives serve the needs of their company and its stakeholders. Section 16 reporting executives are often required to hold a particular value of their company stock to show their commitment, but it doesn’t end there.