Planning for natural disasters can be stressful and most of us are caught off guard and find ourselves completely unprepared when a natural disaster strikes. Yet, all do not have to be lost. Planning for the unknown can actually save you lots of money and more importantly, help protect your loved ones from harm or becoming traumatized by the ensuing chaos. Here are some simple tips that will help you prevent loss and get back on your feet should disaster strike.
Although the PPP has been the most popular loan program for small businesses, it may not be the right solution for every business. There are other organizations offering loan programs, and even companies providing grants. Note that there are still elements you have to understand when applying for loans and grants. Read this article to learn more. If you need help reviewing your options, our team would be happy to assist you.
Any business, no matter what size, needs a proper succession plan for the future in order to be successful from generation to generation. A bad plan, or not having a plan at all can ruin all your hard work, as it did for the Stroh family. Stroh's beer was one of America's most impressive family fortunes and due to poor business decisions and bad investments, the massive beer empire disappeared in just two decades. Read here how the family could have prevented the downfall.
To be the best boss or successful entrepreneur, your business needs to be able to handle the risk of you not being there one day. This means having a plan that can offset the risks and help ensure your family or partners are not the ones left with the fallout. Let us guide you with your preventative planning and help you make the wise choices on how to deal with your business throughout life and in the event of your death.