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12/12/17

Same company, different expectations for transition

One of the wonderful aspects of my job is getting to know different people and how they view the world. Two people can look at the same thing and see something very different.

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11/30/17

Plan before attracting a new employee with stock

An equity position could sweeten the pot for a new employee. It could also poison the brew if not carefully crafted.

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11/16/17

Waiting on Washington to make estate tax changes? You might die first

Washington is buzzing right now about proposed federal tax legislation. One of the key elements of bill being considered proposes changes to the estate tax.

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10/31/17

What can the Great Pumpkin and Charlie Brown teach you about succession planning?

You may be thinking, what does It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and succession planning have to do with one another. If you are the next generation, a lot.

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10/24/17

Nothing like a high school reunion to put exit planning into perspective

A couple weekends ago I went to my Madison East High School class reunion.

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About This Blog

Spending half her career as an advisor to privately-held and family businesses and the other half in CFO/COO roles, Martha Sullivan is a partner and the succession planning practice leader in the business transition strategies group at Honkamp, Krueger & Co., P.C. She and her team have extensive experience assisting business owners achieve their personal, business, and transition goals. “Don’t think of the 'exit' from your business like it’s a four-letter word. Make it your next adventure!”

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