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Succession Planning

You have been running a successful business for some time now or you have just purchased a business and have a young family or are considering retirement, whatever the circumstances  you will most likely want the business you operate or the investments continue in the hands of the next generation without problems or  issues like that of Mrs Gena Rinehart.

When should this be accomplished? The answer is as soon as possible; the earlier the plan is put in place the fewer problems will occur in the end from knee jerk reactions and possible family problems can be avoided.

There are two main types of succession planning;

  • Keeping it in the family
  • Selling to external parties like employee(s)

Whatever the reason it is a means of securing the future of your business and investments, so talk to us and we can help with the future of your business needs now and long term.

Adrian Connolly
Adrian Connolly
cas@connollysaccounting.com.au

Adrian Connolly is a FIPA (Fellow Institute of Practicing Accountants), a member of NTAA (National Tax & Accountants Association) and holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from La Trobe University. Adrian had more than 10 years’ experience in the primary production industry, in Sheep, Cropping Beef and Dairy. In 2001 Adrian completed his Accounting Degree and has been working as a Public Accountant based in the Goulburn Valley. As a sole Practitioner, Adrian is helped by his wife Janine in the Office Administration: Secretarial, Receptionist, Scanning Documents and Data Entry.

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