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Reducing gift taxes on a company

One concern that business owners have when doing their estate planning is that gifting a company to their heirs could incur heavy gift taxes. In some cases, the heirs can't afford to pay them and have no option but to sell the business. That allows them to pay the gift tax, but they lose the company.

Consider these estate planning points if you're a business owner

A person who owns and handles the daily management of a business needs to ensure that they have their estate plan in place. This has to address the need to support their family members, as well as ensuring the company can move forward.

Your estate plan might encourage your employees

As a business owner, you set standards for your employees. One way that you can help them is to let them know that you're planning for the future of the company. This sometimes helps them to feel more stable. It also shows them a good example of how important this type of planning is.

Entrepreneurs should consider life insurance and estate plans

As a small business owner, you likely know that you need to have a will and a succession plan as part of your estate plan. What you might not realize is that you also need to have suitable insurance policies in place so that those left behind have a source of income.

Your business may be the best asset to leave to your family

If you're a business owner who is doing their estate planning, consider that your business may be the best and most valuable asset you leave to them. With that in mind, it is very clear why this process requires such careful planning.

At what age should children take over your business?

You started your business from nothing. You have been grooming your children to get them ready to take it over when you decide to retire. Maybe you have one specific heir that you think is the right pick for the job. Now, you're just wondering how old they should be when you give it to them.

Transfer of assets through an irrevocable trust

One of the primary things that some people want to establish with their estate plan is protection of the assets from creditors. Establishing an irrevocable trust is one way that you can do this. You should carefully consider the terms of the trust because once you establish it, you can't change it if it is an irrevocable trust.

Careful estate planning benefits a business owner's company

Small business owners have a lot to think about when they are trying to ensure the company's future is bright. One of the things they need to have in place is an estate plan because this gives their survivors a plan they can follow. There are several things that you have to consider when you are trying to get this plan ready.

Your estate plan can impact your small business

Living wills are a crucial part of the estate plan. If you have a small business, you might find that having this document in place is more critical than it is for a person who doesn't own a company. One thing that you have to remember is that your employees will still count on your company even when you are incapacitated. The same thing is true for customers who utilize your company.

Business owners need to dig deeper into a succession plan

When company owners think about a succession plan for the business, they often focus on who is going to take their place when they die. This is certainly important because the business can't run without someone in charge. It is imperative that they have someone trained to do their duties so that the people who count on the company can continue to operate.

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