Carrick Aland Managing Partner and rural Succession Specialist, Wayne Turner, will be speaking at a free Rural Financial Counselling Service event on 3 March 2021 in Clifton.
The JobMaker Hiring Credit could mean that your business will receive payments for new positions you create. Find out if you’re eligible.
The focus of a well-orchestrated succession planning process must be around discovering and addressing the wants of individuals in a manner that ensures ongoing business viability along with the achievement of alignment and a sense of family equity. Read how.
Whilst not an exact science, following a structured framework in analysing differing concepts of equity not only assists in providing comfort in the context of “having done the best possible for all” but is also an effective tool in educating and conveying reason, to all family stakeholders, for what may be seen as tough, “knock on” implications of the concepts adopted.
QLD agricultural employees could be eligible for payments of up to $1,500 to assist with accommodation & transport costs associated with travelling and staying remotely. Applications close once all funding has been allocated or before 30 June 2021.
Economics dictates that succession in a farming environment can rarely directly involve all family members of the next generation. Economics also dictates that farming successors require what can often be viewed as a ‘leg up’ to ensure the successful continuation and future viability of farming or grazing operations. Read why.
To achieve a level of comfort around accepting the financial position imposed by any proposed plan, farm successors need to know exactly how addressing the identified wants of an exiting generation will impact their future viability.