As a business owner you invest a significant amount of time in your business. However, have you considered the impact on your business if something happened to you, as well as the impact this would have on your family or any employees ….
Many owners fail to put sufficient measures in place to ensure their business could continue to operate in their absence, if the unthinkable happened ….
However, in very little time and at very little cost your personal affairs could be easily organised via a Power of Attorney to ensure your business could continue to operate, at least in the short term …
TC Young's free guide covers:
- Who can grant a Power of Attorney?
- What financial powers can you give to your Attorney? ie authorising bill payments
- Who should you appoint as your Attorney?
Download our free guide now and learn what steps you need to take to protect your business.