Loss is often associated with negative connotations. When we think about losing something, we think about people, money, our jobs, precious items, even hours in a day; all things we can’t easily get back. Indeed, if you were to look up the word ‘loss’ in a dictionary you would find words such as, detriment, disadvantage and deprivation. But is loss always a bad thing?
Monthly Archives: October 2016
Carpenter Rees has worked with many families and family businesses over the years, and I have recently read a great series of blogs from Sandy Loder (www.ahloderadvisers.com), who has a great deal of experience in helping his clients through succession and development of the next generation.
Big changes to the economy. Fluctuations in the financial sector. Daily reports of property prices on the rise. All of these factors can impact your financial security, and ensuring that your enterprise is in its strongest possible position must be at the forefront of every family business owner’s mind.