When you’ve spent your life nurturing your business, you want to make sure it survives for generations. Sun National Bank can help you form a business succession plan that protects your business against potential losses, reduces estate and gift tax consequences, and generates retirement income.
Business succession planning services:
Portfolio analysis, evaluation, and diversification
Tax-advantaged wealth transfer strategies
Key Person Life Insurance
Transfer of ownership
Estate planning and asset protection
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