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  • Business succession planning: Preserving personal and family wealth
    Most everyone plans for retirement, but the process is different for business owners because the future of the company and an owner’s future personal finances are closely intertwined. This fourth volume in our Business Succession Planning series discusses key areas for consideration — including estate and gift taxes, life insurance planning, and investment portfolio strategy. Read more.
  • 3D printing: “Complexity is free” may be costly for some
    Additive manufacturing (AM) is likely to have an enormous impact on all our lives, but that doesn't mean it's going to be good for every business. What should mid-sized businesses consider in order to position themselves for success? Read more.
  • Mid-market growth: Hidden losses
    Most companies would never intentionally pursue loss producing products or services, but what about unintentional, hidden losses? The challenge growing mid-market companies face is that drivers of hidden loss often look a lot like drivers of superior service, but result in hurting profitability. Learn more on how to maintain quality growth.
  • Mid-market perspectives: Moving ahead
    Our latest survey of mid-market executives confirms that key growth indicators are on the rise, but how can companies drive superior long-term performance? This report offers insights and analysis of responses to survey questions based on the principles in The Three Rules: How Exceptional Companies Think.
  • Economic perspectives webcast: Insights for the middle market
    In a recent Economic Perspectives video webcast, Tom McGee, Deputy CEO, Deloitte LLP and Dr. Ira Kalish, chief global economist, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, discussed the current economic outlook, fiscal policy, the Affordable Care Act and other topics that impact mid-market and privately held companies.
  • Business succession planning: Developing future leaders
    Crystal ball – or succession plan? You can help shape your company’s future with actions you take today. This third volume of our Business Succession Planning series details how management talent assessment, development and compensation planning can help you solidify the next generation of leadership for your company. Read more.
  • FISMA takes private sector by surprise
    In the last four years, the government steadily broadened the reach of FISMA into the private sector and dramatically increased implementation oversight. Now, any private sector company that has a contractual relationship with the government, whether to provide services, support a federal program, or receive grant money, must comply. Read more.
  • Business succession planning series: Establishing a foundation
    Learn how the choice of entity structure, valuation methods and financing options can impact business succession planning – and outcomes – for private businesses.
  • Perspectives on family-owned businesses: Governance and succession planning
    Deloitte recently conducted a survey of family-owned business owners and executives to explore the areas of governance and succession planning. Read more.
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