Succession and Exit

How Long Can You Afford Not To Work?

People in small business today, especially start-up business owners, often struggle to balance work and family pressures. A typical scenario involves starting work early in the day, finishing late, spending dinner with family and then working late into the night to complete accounts, pay bills, quote on jobs etc. Is this you? One of the

2018-10-18T11:31:02+00:00October 18th, 2018|Succession and Exit|

Succession Planning For Farmers

Is your will your farm succession plan? Unfortunately for many privately-owned farming enterprises, the preparation of their wills is their only attempt to address family succession. According to recent research, only 50% of farming enterprises have started to discuss succession, let alone prepared an effective succession plan. We all know succession is a complex and

2018-08-30T11:09:00+00:00August 30th, 2018|Farm Accounting, Succession and Exit|

Safeguarding the Future of Your Business With Succession Planning

Tim Livingstone explains why every business should have a succession plan in place and what business owners should consider when developing one. Although studies show that businesses with succession plans experience higher growth and have a higher survival rate than those without, over half of New Zealand SMEs don’t have any succession plan in place.

2016-11-01T14:25:54+00:00November 1st, 2016|Succession and Exit|

Retirement Planning: How Much Is Enough?

Here at UHY Haines Norton we are often asked about wider personal financial planning issues as our clients start to think about their transition into retirement. Authorised Financial Adviser (AFA) Simon Stredder from Hassan & Associates will address some of these issues along with financial issues affecting business owners and others who are thinking about

2015-10-29T12:14:24+00:00October 29th, 2015|Succession and Exit|

Exit Strategies: Critical to Every Business

While small- to medium-sized businesses make up a large and thriving part of New Zealand’s economy, statistics indicate that the majority of SMEs are missing a vital part of business strategy: an exit plan.  Research such as that conducted by the MYOB Business Monitor finds that less than 40% of small- to medium-sized businesses have

2015-08-27T11:10:54+00:00August 27th, 2015|Succession and Exit|

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