What happens if something happens to you and you can no longer handle your business anymore? Who then takes over your business, and will it be managed as you want?
Establishing a sound business tracking plan helps to ensure that your business is handed over more smoothly. Business planning, also known as business planning, is about planning for continued business after the end of a business owner. A clearly articulated business follow-up plan indicates what happens to events such as the owners pension, death or disability.
A good business tracking plans usually include, but not limited to.
Targeting, for example, who should be entitled to own and run the business.
Business owners pension planning, disability planning and property planning.
Process articulation, for example, who will transfer shares to and how to do it, and how the acquirer will finance the transfer.
Analyze whether existing life insurance and investments are in place to provide funds to facilitate transfer of ownership. If no, how are the gaps filled?
Analyze shareholder agreements. and Assessment of business environment and strategy, management capacity and shortcomings, business structure.
Why should entrepreneurs consider business monitoring planning?
The business can be transferred more smoothly as possible, obstacles have been expected and handled. Income for the companys owner through insurance, eg current income for disabled or critically ill business owners or income source for family of deceased business owners. Reduced likelihood of forced liquidation of the business due to sudden death or permanent invalidity of the companys owner. For some components of a good business follow-up plan to work, funding is required. Some common ways to fund a follow-up plan include investments, internal reserves and bank loans.
However, insurance is usually preferred because it is the most effective solution and the cheapest compared with the other options. Life and functional insurance on each owner ensures that any financial risk is transferred to an insurance company if one of the owners continues. The proceeds will be used to buy out the deceased owners business share. Owners can choose their preferential ownership of the insurance policy through any of the two arrangements, buyover agreements or unit purchase agreements.
Over Purchase Agreement
In a surrender agreement, co-owners will buy and own a policy against each other. When an owner dies, their policy payment will be paid to the surviving owners, who will use the revenue to buy the retirees business share at a previously agreed price.
However, this type of agreement has its limitations. An important part is that in a business with a large number of co-owners 10 or more it is a little inconvenient for each owner to maintain separate policies on each other. The cost of each policy may differ due to a large difference between the owners age, resulting in inequality. In this case, a contract for the purchase of goods is often preferred.
In a purchase agreement, the business buys a common policy for each owner, which becomes both policy owners and recipients. When an owner dies, the business will use the political income to buy the deceased owners business share. All costs are deducted from the business and equity is maintained among the co-owners.
What happens without a business follow-up plan?
Your company may suffer serious consequences without a proper business plan in the event of an unexpected death or permanent disability. Without a business follow-up plan in place, these scenarios can happen. If the business is shared between business owners, the remaining owners can fight the shares of the outgoing business owner or share of the business. There may also be a potential dispute between sellers and buyers of the business. For example, the buyer can insist on a lower price against the sellers higher price.
In the case of the business owners permanent disability or critical illness, business activity may be affected because they may not be able to work. This can affect customers faith, income and morale in the company as well. The income stream for the family will be canceled if the business owner, who is the sole recipient of the income, disappears unexpectedly. Do not let any company you built up collapse the moment youre not there. Planning ahead with a real business follow-up plan before an unexpected or premature event occurs can help secure your companys legacy so that you and your familys future will be well looked after.