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Small Business Owner Retirement Planning | JenniferLangFinancialServices.com [Video]

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Small Business Owner Retirement Planning | JenniferLangFinancialServices.com

Small Business Owner Retirement Planning | JenniferLangFinancialServices.com

If you own a business, chances are you’re caught between a rock and a hard place.

You want to keep operating costs low, but you also want to help your employees.
At JenniferLangFinancialServices.com we’ve got you covered. With life insurance backed options that can provide more benefits than a traditional 401k.

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Buy-Sell Agreement with Life Insurance [Video]

Have you thought about how your business will handle the death of an owner? From modest family operations to multi-billion dollar corporations, the death of an owner can seriously cripple a business. A buy-sell agreement allows for a smoother transition in ownership to the surviving owners. Life insurance is a cost-efficient and relatively simple way to fund a buy-sell agreement. Funding through life insurance is potentially guaranteed and is also generally tax free. Both a cross-purchase agreement and an entity purchase agreement can use life insurance to purchase a deceased owners share of the business. Talk to your financial professional about protecting the life of your business with a buy-sell agreement funded with a North American life insurance policy. Find out more about North American life insurance today: https://www.northamericancompany.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/northamericancompany LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/north-american-company-for-life-and-health Twitter: https://twitter.com/NorthAmerCo

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Talc plaintiffs lawyers allege J&J put lawsuits in bankruptcy to protect brand [Video]

Lawyers for cancer victims accused Johnson & Johnson of pushing roughly 38,000 talc lawsuits into chapter 11 to stem damage to its corporate brand and gain unfair leverage, as a trial concludes on a bankruptcy strategy the company has defended as fair and reasonable.