There are documents that Founders and Investors need to make sure a company has in place to protect the business when critical disrupters occur. Similar to a will before you die, a business can't wait until a founder is disabled, dead, or divorced to implement these business contingency agreements.
Paul Hood joins Karen Rands to talk about the events business owners and investors should anticipate and the agreements that act as insurance policies to protect the interest of the organization's stakeholders. Paul takes the conversation a level deeper with real life examples of problems avoided and problems solved when you understand the kinds of precautions and assurance of sustainability certain agreements bring.
Paul Hood considers himself a “recovering tax lawyer” with his JD from Louisiana State University and LL.M. in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. Now, Paul helps people build a plan with a solid legal foundation to protect their estate and their biggest asset - Their Business. Paul is a highly sought-after speaker and consultant having authored or co-authored nine books and over 500 professional articles on estate, charitable and tax planning and business valuation. Paul authored the highly regarded "Buy-Sell Agreements" and "Yours, Mine & Ours: Estate Planning for People in Blended or Step Families". To learn more: www.paulhoodservices.com
Karen Rands is the founder of the Compassionate Capitalist Movement and author of the best selling primer for investors: Inside Secrets to Angel Investing. http://InsideSecretstoAngelInvesting.com
Karen works with entrepreneurs that need to raise their growth stage capital to scale their business and helps investors screen and syndicate the deals that pass due diligence.
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