Making gifts and considering changes in tax law is one piece of the succession planning puzzle. When working with business owners, we often find that they have had some of the best tax planning money can afford. However, when designing the plan, they let the “Tax Tail Wag the Dog” and did not think about how it would impact next-gen motivation, family harmony, and positioning the business for success.

Listen in as Jeff Bannon, a succession planner with The Rawls Group, and Kevin Gilbreath, a tax partner with Crowe, share what smart business owners do when creating their gifting strategy and three philosophies to help you navigate the who, what, and when to make a gift questions

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Estate planning is a complex endeavor, especially for owners of capital-intensive complex business’. Throw active and inactive family into the mix and trying to figure out what is fair, how to provide opportunities for the next generation without enabling them, and maintain family harmony.

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