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The success or failure of any family business depends in part on the industry-specific expertise of the owners and in part on the financial guidance of trusted professionals. Business owners seeking direction as well as financial professionals attempting to provide this guidance find themselves facing a daunting task. Financial issues that impact family businesses are quite diverse and require different strategies depending upon the stage of each business--start-up, operational, and exit. Tax and Wealth Strategies for Family Businesses is a one-stop reference for professional advisors of closely-held business owners--CPAs, attorneys, and sophisticated financial planners. It covers a range of tax and financial planning areas affecting entrepreneurs, their businesses, and their families. It is structured so that novice as well as the sophisticated practitioner will find useful advice and practical tools to guide their clients throughout the life cycle of a family business. This publication is divided into three main sections: the Start-Up Phase; the Operating Phase; and the Exit Phase. Each topic within these sections is covered in an easy-to-understand manner. Among the topics covered are: cash flow, risk management, tax strategies, structuring, investments, retirement planning, college funding, estate planning, and more. The book includes practical worksheets and flow charts to help the advisor serve his or her clients.
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Sheryl L. Rowling, Certified Public Accountant, Personal Financial Specialist and Managing Partner of Rowling, Dold & Associates LLP, has been providing fee-only tax and financial planning advice since 1979. Previously, she managed tax departments at Arthur Young & Company and two multi-million dollar corporations. Sheryl works closely with individual and business clients, assisting them in determining whether and how their goals may be achieved through the proper management of financial resources. Sheryl has been named one of the nation's top 250 financial advisors by Worth magazine for three consecutive years. She is a member of the tax and financial planning divisions of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), member of the Association of CPA Financial Planners, member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants, member of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, and a member of the All-Star Financial Group (premier organization of CPA Personal Financial Specialists). Sheryl holds an M.B.A. in Finance and a B.S. in Accounting from San Diego State University.
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