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Succession planning

It’s never too late to start succession planning and seldom too early

Hallmark characteristics of a good family business have always been communication and planning. Inclusive, practical and non emotion driven discussions by the family around longer term planning is important for a successful business, whether a machinery dealership, or a broadacre grower. Undertaking a succession planning process in a formalised manner including all parties, some which are often forgotten, including spouses, children, lawyers, bankers and even consultants, has enormous benefits.

If you look at your own farming business – are you ready? If not, what plans are in place to get there? Start planning early and talk to a professional with the right attitude and skills, like us.

INTERVIEWS

Interviews with our Succession Specialists

OUR SPECIALISTS

Meet Our Succession Specialists

Dale Woodruff

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Lea Williams

Director

Ryan Naughton

Director

Brant Jansen

Director

Scott Smith

Director

Simon Northey

Director

Craig Lane

Director

Eamonn Lanagan

Director

Neil Hooper

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Resources

Resources

Succession Planning – To some it’s a dirty word that conjures up feelings of fear and anxiety, for others it’s a conversation/process that can’t be talked about…

“G’day Brendan” says Scott the accountant to the second-generation farmer from Narembeen. “So Brendan, your father indicated you’re wanting to prepare a succession

Pay Up!

19 August 2021

The decision by today’s younger generation to come home to the farm is not straight forward.

We look at succession planning and how you can start it today to make it easier for you in the long run.

G’day farmers and welcome to the inaugural harvest series for the Farms Advice Podcast. Here we will dive behind the scenes to see how Australia gets the crop off wi

SHOULD I pay our family farm member a wage or cash drawing? This was a popular question readers asked after reading Eamonn Lanagan’s Farm Weekly article “Pay up”.

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