Succession Planning Mistake Number 8- Do not plan to minimize the tax consequences arising from the change of ownership in the event of the Owner/President's disability or death.
Has the Owner/President reviewed with the company's CPA and attorney whom the ownership of the company should be transferred upon the Owner/President's disability or death and verified that the legal documents currently in place will make that happen?
Has the Owner/President consulted with the company's CPA and attorney to identify how to minimize taxes owed as a result of ownership changes arising from the Owner/ President's disability or death?
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