Effective Retirement for Family Business Owner-Managers: Perspectives of Financial Planners, Part I

Potts, Tom L.
June 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun2001, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p102
Academic Journal
Part I. Discusses requirements for successful retirement of family business owners-managers. Global significance of family businesses; Issues dealt with in planning for retirement; Role of financial planners in facilitating retirement planning; Key factors necessary for effective retirement; Details of a survey of financial planners concerning retirement planning for family business owner-managers.


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