A series focused on topics businesses are talking about!
The Election is Over
What Now for Business and Taxes?
Thursday, December 17
1pm - 2pm
What does this mean for long term planning? What does this mean for this year's taxes?
Joe Biden has officially won the 2020 United States presidential election. He will be the 46th president to serve in one of the most powerful offices in the world. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will make history as the first female and Black and Asian American vice president.
Biden’s campaign centered around extensive plans to shift from
Trump’s conservative plans that favored the rich and instead focused
on rebuilding the middle class.
What does this all mean for you and your business?
The presentation and Q&A opportunity will be with Matt McNelis
Objectives for attending:
-Why be concerned about your company's transition plans?
-Are there transactions you should do this year?
-Discuss what priorities and objectives should be the current focus.
Matt McNelis, Partner, CPA
Don't Let the Next Big Crisis Jeopardize Your Family Business
Being prepared for whatever comes your way is the best way to protect what you’ve built
January 26 11 am - noon
In a business crisis, whether that be a global pandemic, a shift in the supply or demand market, or the incapacity or death of a key employee or owner, shareholders in a family business are not solely focused on maximizing shareholder value, like a public company might be. While dealing with family dynamics may feel like an extra layer of complexity during a trying time, a crisis could bring a family closer together by giving you a reason to put your differences aside and take actions that can allow the business to not only survive, but to thrive. It is the choices that your family makes or fails to make both before and during the crisis that will affect what kind of company, if any, emerges on the other side.
- Things to put in place for the unknown challenges
- Five ways to prepare your family and your business
- Define the common focus of team members
The Team from Wilmington Trust and M&T Bank will take the lead on this discussion
Marguerite C. Weese
Administrative Vice President and
National Director, Family Legacy Strategies
Jerry Inglet, EdD
Family Legacy Advisor
Family Legacy Coordinator
Event Moved to Spring 2021
'How Did My Family Get in My Office?'
Bonnie Artman Fox
A Conscious Choice, LLC
Did you know research has shown that unresolved conflict costs organizations approximately $359 billion inpaid hours or the equivalent of 385 million working days?
In this eye-opening program, you will learn surprising ways your upbringing has impacted your conflict style - for better or for worse – and how you can keep what works and change what doesn’t.
All Non-credit Programs are offered at a discount for FBA members!