61% of business owners believe that a key employee dying or suffering a critical illness would have a severe financial impact on their business . . .

You have worked hard all of your life to build your business to the current of level of turnover and profitability. Running any successful business requires that you allocate your time over a variety of tasks such as managing your employees, safeguarding the cash flow of the business and making sure you are up to date with the payment of any outstanding – including taxes.

I wonder though whether you have devoted any time to consider the security of the business in the event of a key employee dying or suffering a critical illness . . .

Although you may be the majority shareholder, is that decision really yours to take – without consulting your wife and children?

Because if like many business “owners” your business is your main asset, then isn’t your family entitled to a say, as surely the business belongs just as much to them.

You may think that you have years left to make these sorts of decisions, but do you?

What if either you or your co-Director died last night?

Where is the money going to come from to pay out either family?

Ray Best can help you protect your financial future. To find out more, simply click here!

About Ray L Best

Ray Best has had over 30 years experience of advising on complex financial matters. A published author of a number of books including “Partnership and Shareholder Protection”, Inheritance Tax Simplified”. We provide an initial meeting at no cost and only engage with clients when we can add significant value.

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