YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio– Working on the success of your small business is a daily grind. According to Ryan Glinn, making a plan for the future and a succession will ensure that your business will thrive once you retire.
Glinn is a certified financial planner with W3 Wealth Management. He says it’s important to take a break from working in the business and instead work on the business.
“One of the reasons so many business owners are so successful, particularly small companies, family companies, is because they hutsle,” say Glinn. “Sometimes it’s really important to take a step back and look at the next 15, 20 years and make sure that we get a plan in place.”
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