Author: Bernice Thorn Published in FA News, May 2014 Financial planners become successful through a fierce commitment to building their practices. However, ironically, very few proactively plan for when and how they will one day move on. In failing to do so, they run the risk of leaving their firms on someone else’s terms. The demand for proper Succession Planning is more important than ever before. Advisors a
Planning for a financially secure retirement is hard enough, but life often bowls a curve ball. The company retirement fund and group life policy is the best way a company can help.
By Jeremy Hawson, GCI Employee Benefits Divisional Manager
Participation in a group life scheme and retirement fund remains one of the most valuable employee benefits a company can offer, but they’re often... more»
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