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The Inadvertent Death of Your Company: What To Do Before The Funeral

From: t/vass
Sent on: Wednesday, December 7, 2011 1:13 PM

The Private Capital Market© Taking Care of Business Series: December 7, 2011

By Thomas E. Vass, Investment Advisor

At the birth of your company, you make a hidden decision about your company that you may not realize. That decision affects many other financial, tax, and emotional issues about your company, in the event of your death.

Without proper forethought, your company may die when you die. Inadvertently.

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