Advising Entrepreneurs: Dynamic Strategies for Financial Growth

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 25, 2002 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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This valuable book helps financial advisors address the needs of their entrepreneurial clients. Most people opening their own businesses are experts in their fields. But when it comes to the vital intricacies of running a successful business, many entrepreneurs find themselves struggling to survive.With more and more people starting their own small businesses, a growing need has developed for expert guidance to help today's entrepreneurs face their new legal, tax, and financial challenges. Advising Entrepreneurs helps financial advisors address the special needs of their entrepreneurial clients. It provides a comprehensive approach to growing wealth, shielding business assets from liabilities, lowering taxes, and much more by promoting prudent risk-taking.

Marc Lane (Chicago, IL) is a business and tax attorney. He is a Master Registered Financial Planner, Registered Financial Consultant, and Certified Investment Specialist. He has authored thirty books, is an Adjunct Professor of Business at the University of Illinois College of Business Administration's Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Northwestern University.
 

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Contents

Part Two Shaping the Ventures Financial Structure
27
Part Three Protecting the Entrepreneur and His or Her Assets
123
Part Four Compensation Planning for the Entrepreneur and His or Her Employees
211
Part Five Managing Capital Events
261
Index
313
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Marc J. Lane is a practicing business and tax attorney in Chicago. He is a Master Registered Financial Planner, Registered Financial Consultant, and Certified Investment Specialist. He has authored thirty books and is an Adjunct Professor of Business at the University of Illinois College of Business Administration's Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Northwestern University Law School.

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