Based on four decades of experience working with thousands of business owners across the country, we developed our three unique Blueprint programs.
We provide all of the necessary materials, including specimen documents, coordination with attorneys, accountants, trust officers, and other necessary professionals, executed by our team. Planning is conducted in 30-minute planning sessions and can take place at the client’s office, our office in Scottsdale, or virtually.
1. Preparing For The Unexpected™
The Preparing For The Unexpected™ Blueprint is designed specifically for business owners whose unexpected death or serious illness would have a significant impact on their business and the lives that depend on it.
We prepare business owners for an unexpected tragedy by designing and implementing a comprehensive Blueprint that provides the action steps and accountability needed to protect the business. Our founder, Nate Sachs, a cancer survivor himself, understands the importance of this work because he has lived it.
2. Retaining The Keep-For-Lifers™
A key employee is someone you rely on, whose skills and business knowledge may be hard to replace. Often, daily operations as well as the future of your business can depend on these key employees. Do you know that it typically costs 150% – 250% of a key employee’s salary to replace them?
This is why it’s important to protect your business with incentives that encourage your best employees to stay long-term, allowing you more freedom to focus on business growth.
3. Making Every Day A Sunday™
If you’re like most business owners, you tend to put all of your money back into the business. In fact, 75% of all closely held business owners’ net worth is their business. Relying on your business to be your sole source of retirement income is like putting all of your eggs in one basket.
If you plan to use your business to fund your retirement, consider that 95% of the time, it does not work. It is imperative to have a retirement plan in place that is not solely dependent on your business.