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Shock to The System: What Would You Do?

April 4, 2017

R. Shawn McBride recently published an article to the McBride For Business Blog on a topic that might be of interest: Shock to The System:  What Would You Do?.

He discusses real world situations that happen to real businesses. Sometimes owners or management teams can’t come to work for whatever reason, whether it be illness, disability or other disruptions, and it’s key that you have plans in place. .

You can see the full article here.

This posting is intended to be a tool to familiarize readers with some of the issues discussed herein. Read the rest

Keys to Planning: The Laws of Empowerment To Strengthen Your Business

December 30, 2016

R. Shawn McBride recently published an article to the McBride For Business Blog on a topic that might be of interest: Key to Planning: The Laws of Empowerment to Strengthen your Business.

He examines how it’s important in the planning process to understand that just because you build a plan, doesn’t mean that circumstances are going to happen exactly that way.

You can see the full article here.

This posting is intended to be a tool to familiarize readers with some of the issues discussed herein. Read the rest

The Pits of Partnerships: Five Critical Things to Think About When Entering Into a Partnership

November 14, 2016

We work with a lot of business owners on business partnership, getting them set up right, establishing them, and making sure they function the way they want. We are helping them by trying to align the partners, trying to make sure the economic interest work, and trying to maximize everybody’s wealth and value creation. But what are some things you need to think about in forming a partnership? What are the pitfalls? What are you on the lookout for when you’re setting up your partnership and negotiating?… Read the rest

All postings are intended to be planning tools to familiarize readers with some of the high-level issues discussed therein. No posting is intended to be a comprehensive discussion and additional details should be discussed with your transaction planners including attorneys, accountants, consultants, bankers and other business planners who can provide advice for your circumstances. This article should not be treated as legal advice to any person or entity.