Make a plan for business continuation


When it comes to business continuation planning, the phrase “you can either fail to plan or plan to fail” certainly applies. As a business owner, you may have created a formal business plan or have done no planning at all. But if you fail to plan your own exit strategy, forces beyond your control may create a plan for you.

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What to do with my business when I want to retire


When you ask business owners about their retirement plans, many answer, “I’m going to sell the business.” But without a plan in place, the chance of transitioning the business to a new owner who shares similar values and is willing to pay a fair price greatly diminishes. You owe it to yourself and your employees to plan for how your business will continue once you retire, and life insurance can help.

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Consumer alert: Check your circuit breaker


Millions of Americans may be in danger from defective electrical equipment in their homes, yet may not be aware of the risk. If you reside in a home with electrical circuit breakers and panels installed in the mid-1950s through the early 1980s, have your equipment inspected and replaced, if necessary.

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