Succession Planning and the Small-Business Owner: A Transition `Tug-of-War'

Newton, Catherine
September 1999
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep99, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p58
Academic Journal
Discusses the role of financial planner in succession planning at small business enterprises. Difficulties in the transfer of control; Planners as counselors; Succession planning as an evolutionary process; Examples of approaches in dealing with business owners.


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