Help clients come up with a game plan
As the coronavirus pandemic and economic downturn stretches on, small business-owners continue the fight of their lives. The 5th Annual Family Business Update will discuss a plethora of options for helping closely held businesses in distress, as well as provide a valuable legislative and case law update.
Customize solutions for your clients
There isn’t a one-size-fits-all strategy for helping businesses survive the COVID-19 health crisis and thrive again. Hear from a certified turnaround specialist on strategic changes that can help improve business performance. Understand when a bankruptcy attorney may need to get involved and when restructuring debt might be the best path forward.
Tense times test employee relationships
Family-owned businesses often treat their employees like an extension of family. But your clients need to be especially careful right now — family businesses are just as vulnerable to EEOC litigation as any other type of organization. Ensure your clients are protected against liability. Help family-owned operations take care of their employees while also avoiding legal surprises.
Tax planning in taxing times
COVID-19 economic relief, falling interest rates, and the 2020 presidential election all present opportunities and challenges for tax planning. Analyze the tax consequences of various asset transfer techniques and strategize which moves should happen in 2020 or wait until 2021.