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Business Succession Strategy Calculator
Sell your business interest at retirement
Sell your business interest at death
Turn over your business interest to your children
Sell your business interest in case of disability
Minimize the value of your estate for federal estate tax purposes

Please select any combination of goals to determine which business succession strategy may meet your needs.


Business Succession Strategy Calculator
The following strategy options are grouped by level of appropriateness. Appropriate strategies for you will depend on your individual circumstances. A wide variety of business succession strategies and tools are available to help you meet your planning objectives. Your best outcome may be achieved using multiple strategies and tools.
Appropriate
These strategies may be appropriate:
  • Use a buy-sell agreement-- A properly executed buy-sell agreement can be used now to guarantee the immediate sale of your business at your retirement.

Caution
These strategies may not be appropriate:
  • Sell to family during your lifetime-- You may be able to sell your business outright at your retirement, but there is no guarantee, and there may be a delay before you receive any proceeds.

  • Sell to nonfamily during your lifetime-- You may be able to sell your business outright at your retirement, but there is no guarantee, and there may be a delay before you receive any proceeds.

Not Appropriate
These strategies will not achieve your goal(s):
  • Sell to family at death-- A sale at your death won't provide you with income for your retirement.

  • Sell to nonfamily at death-- A sale at your death won't provide you with income for your retirement.

  • Make lifetime gifts-- Gifting your business will not provide you with income for your retirement.

  • Transfer at death via will or trust-- Transferring your business interest at death via your will or a trust won't provide you with income for your retirement.




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