Friday August 14, 2020

Keeping it in the family

A succession plan is vital when it comes to passing on your business to the family, to protect retirement plans, business interests and relationships between family members

20th February, 2010

The subdivision of family land and assets has been linked to Ireland’s economy since pre famine times. While social conventions have changed over the years, the traditional nature of the family business typically remains, and passing wealth from one generation to the next is still an important issue.

For many who have spent a lifetime building a family business, it is their most valuable asset. Despite this, many don’t take the time to...

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