12 Mistakes Agribusiness Owners Repeat
Aug 05, 2008
A successful agribusiness owner should be concerned with two very important questions:
• How do I pass the ownership interest in the farming operation to my heirs in a fair and equitable manner?
• How do I ensure that the farm remains a viable business opportunity through ownership transition?
There are twelve mistakes we see time and time again while addressing succession planning goals. Many well-intentioned agribusiness owners sow the seeds of discontent and unwittingly destroy the opportunity to create a living legacy. Each mistake can be avoided or mitigated with planning and objective advice.
In the coming weeks, through this 'Leave a Legacy' blog, I will address the most common mistakes and offer suggested actions to alleviate, eliminate or mitigate the coming damage.
Please feel free to chime in, offer solutions from your experience, ask questions of concern or tender a constructive critique. The interactive dialogue will be appreciated by everyone interested in leaving a positive legacy.
The twelve most common mistakes agribusiness owners repeat include >>