Business Protection


Shareholder Protection تحقق من هنا If you are in business with another shareholder – what happens to their shares if they die?

ننظر إلى هذا الموقع The answer to that is is will likely pass to their estate. This means their spouse could then be a member of the board! It is unlikely that they will be much use to the business and consequently your firm could suffer a loss of profits yet still be paying dividends to them. This then effects your wealth.

أدخل It is unlikely they would want the shares either! They would be best served by having a cash sum. A Shareholder Protection policy would provide the money for the purchase of the shares and an appropriate agreement could be established to protect all parties.

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