Business Estate Planning

Flynn, Simone I.
April 2018
Business Estate Planning -- Research Starters Business;4/1/2018, p1
Research Starter
This article focuses on business estate planning. It provides an overview of the business estate planning process for family owned businesses and closely held businesses. Topics of discussion include business estate planners and advisers, business estate planning goals and objectives, the connection between Internal Revenue Code and business estate planning, and succession planning. The issues associated with post-mortem business estate planning will be addressed.


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