Stein Sperling attorneys to present at 'Future Focus' seminar
Date: March 27, 2015
Time: 7:30am - 9:30am
Event Type: Seminar
Sponsored By: M&T Bank
The growth of any successful business involves careful strategy and planning on the part of its owner(s). This means contemplating scenarios you can expect − and those you can’t!
M&T Bank invites you to attend this Future Focus seminar, featuring Stein Sperling's Millard Bennett, Mark Schweighofer, Karen Shapiro and Steve Widdes, which will outline two key components for continuing the success of your business into the future, both near- and long-term.
One of the key components for owners to consider is cultivating talent. This seminar will examine how you can identify leaders within your business, attract top talent and incentivize future leaders to stay with your company and implement mechanisms to onboard future leaders based on your business entity type (LLC vs. S-Corp). Additionally, attendees will explore planning for succession. Topics will include avoiding disaster in a "hit by the bus" scenario, transferring ownership to future leaders in a tax-efficient manner (both employees or family members) and utilizing estate planning vehicles to transfer business interests and assets.
Join Principals from Stein Sperling as they guide attendees through a discussion of how to approach business planning and personal estate planning with these topics in mind.
Attendees will be given time to ask questions of the presenters at the conclusion of the presentation.
Breakfast starts at 7:30 a.m. and the program runs 8-9:30 a.m.
To register, email Jaclyn Plante at email@example.com.
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