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.
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“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
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