You have worked hard to build your business and it is likely one of your
most valuable assets.
Have you considered what would happen to your business and family
if you unexpectedly die or become disabled?
Through proper planning, the continuation of your business and
financial security of your heirs can be protected.
Life and disability insurance on the owner's life can provide heirs the
funds needed to operate the business or prepare it for sale at fair
Businesses With Multiple Owners
Should one partner/corporate officer, etc. die or become disabled,
are plans in place to transfer ownership to the surviving owners?
A buy-sell agreement is a contract among the business owners that
provide for the transfer of business ownership to the surviving owners
and protect the financial future of the deceased owner's heirs.
The surviving owners are obligated to purchased the deceased's
business interest and the deceased's heirs are obligated to sell.
Life and disability insurance can provide cash to the surviving owners
to continue the business and/or purchase the stock or interest of the
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