Are you a Small Business Owner?
If you are sick who looks after you?
If you are badly injured, or worse – diagnosed with a disease that’s going to kill you who will run your business?
If your income stops coming in because you can’t work as a result of sickness or accident, what steps have you taken to ensure that the rent will still be paid and that key employees will not leave you for another employer?
What will the bank say? Will they put in someone to help you run the business? Or will they follow procedures to ensure that their interests are protected?
What happens if your business partner does not turn up to work tomorrow? Are you happy to work with your business partner’s spouse? Can your business afford to lose one of its key income generators and pay your partners spouse an ongoing income?
Will you have the funds available to you purchase your partner’s share of the business?
These and many other issues face all small business owners.
At Bronson Financial Services, we work with many small business owners to ensure that your business has in place the necessary strategies to protect it against illness or the untimely demise of key employees and partners.
After all, you insure the company vehicle fleet, but what about those Human Assets that are the heart and soul of your business?
At Bronson Financial Services our key areas of expertise include the following:
- Business Succession Planning
- Keyman Insurance
- Partnership Protection Insurance
- Superannuation Planning
- Employer Sponsored Superannuation
- Salary Packaging for Key employees
For more information the strategies the big boys and girls employ to protect and grow their business assets, call us on (07) 5577 8653 or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
“As small family business operators ,we have both really appreciated Paul’s perception of our operation and family aspirations through analysis and face to face discussion. His knowledge of all aspects of the key financials for both business and personal wealth planning have been invaluable. As well , his sound advice is just a “click” away and has allowed us to keep focused on what we do best – without dropping the ball. Much information overload is out there in the media and Paul’s concise (and witty) summaries are invaluable to the “time poor” sole proprietor and remind us to take time out to consider the big picture”.