COURTICE, ON, Sept. 18, 2014 /CNW/ - "When it's safe to say that six out of 10 small business owners will be exiting their businesses over the next 10 years," notes Partner Peter Hobb, CPA, CA, CFP, of Collins Barrow Durham LLP, "it's essential they start educating themselves about just who needs to be involved in the process and, most important, ensuring they have a backup plan."
These topics and more will be covered Sept. 24, 2014, at a free breakfast seminar, "Business Succession Planning and Buy-Sell Agreements," co-sponsored by Collins Barrow Durham and Investors Group Financial Services.
Joining Peter Hobb as presenters will be Collins Barrow Durham's Client Service Manager Scott Sonley, Investor Groups' Division Director Helene Ata, Financial Consultant Barbara Aspinall, Insurance Specialist Ian Donaldson and Gord Sirrs, president of Canada Rubber Group Ltd., speaking from the buyer's perspective.
The seminar will be held in the auditorium of the Pickering Public Library.
About Collins Barrow Recognized as Canada's mid-market leader for audit, tax and advisory solutions, our association of 26 independent member firms comprises the eighth largest public accounting group nationally by revenue. Through our strong network infrastructure, shared expertise, resources and offices from coast to coast, we provide clients ranging in size from large, publicly traded companies to owner-managed and emerging businesses with a full complement of professional services across every major industry sector.
SOURCE: Collins Barrow National Cooperative Incorporated
For further information: or to RSVP: Peter Hobb, Partner, Collins Barrow Durham, 905.579.5659, email@example.com; Tiffany Hanks, Media Relations, Akcessia - Mayk Ideas, 647.726.1319