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Planning for Death, Disability, and Other Unforeseen Events in Your Business
Live Event (online)
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Date & Time: April 11, 2024, 12:00pm MST
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 60 minutes Language: English Register Now
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Thinking about an exit plan for your small business can seem premature, but having a clear plan in case you or your business experiences any major hardships is always a good idea. This workshop gives comprehensive insights on ways business owners can plan for unforeseen events that can happen in their business such as disagreement with a partner, death of the business owner/partner, disability and more. We will explore what we call "The 5 Ds" of strategic exit planning to help you be better prepared for the eventual exit of your business.

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dianne kelley
Dianne Kelley

Dianne Kelley is a highly accomplished Certified Exit Planner (CEPA) with over 40 years of experience working closely with small to medium-sized companies and their owners. As the CEO of Sandbrook Benefits Group LLC (aka Sandbrook Group), a trusted life and health insurance agency specializing in employee benefits, and FreshVue Business Solutions, LLC., a leading consulting company focusing on business continuation planning, including succession and exit planning, Dianne brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge to her speaking engagements.

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