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Tax and Jurisdictions

June 1, 2003

In order to safeguard your assets, estate planning should be actioned early and on a regular basis. There are seven key stages of planning and they can be well illustrated by Jaques’ famous speech describing the Seven Ages of Man

Ian Macdonald is a lawyer with Wright, Johnston and Mackenzie, Solicitors, in Glasgow, Scotland specialising in tax, trusts and estate planning.

In order to safeguard your assets, estate planning should be actioned early and on a regular basis. There are seven key stages of planning and they can be well illustrated by Jaques' famous speech describing the Seven Ages of Man

"All the world's a stage… and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages."

June 1, 2003

The South African economy is growing despite difficult global conditions. Business owners are confident to own their own business, and optimism and expectations are high

Tony Balshaw is National Partner-in-Charge, PRIMA Family Controlled Companies consulting division, Grant Thornton South Africa.

The South African economy is growing despite difficult global conditions. Business owners are confident to own their own business, and optimism and expectations are high

April 1, 2003

A large number of Dutch family firms created in times of economic development now face succession issues, instigating a wave of research and education activities to help and support these firms

Albert Jan Thomassen is director of the Family Business Centre at Tias Business School and director of FBNed, the Dutch Association of Family Firms.

A large number of Dutch family firms created in times of economic development now face succession issues, instigating a wave of research and education activities to help and support these firms

January 1, 2003

September 11 caught the world by surprise. One year on, the World Trade Center isn’t the only thing being rebuilt – many family businesses have to face tough decisions on succession, sales, hiring and development

Mike O'Malley is a consultant, lecturer and executive coach. He specialises in developing solutions for the relationship problems among business members, outside stakeholders and management.

September 11 caught the world by surprise. One year on, the World Trade Center isn't the only thing being rebuilt – many family businesses have to face tough decisions on succession, sales, hiring and development

September 1, 2002

Family trusts, set up to take care of the welfare of family members, are often a source of confusion for beneficiaries. Education about the specific details of trusts is as important as legal structures and will ensure the long-term success of the family business

Patricia M Angus is a lawyer and consultant to high net worth families on governance and philanthropic planning. She is Counsel to Day, Berry & Howard in New York.

Family trusts, set up to take care of the welfare of family members, are often a source of confusion for beneficiaries. Education about the specific details of trusts is as important as legal structures and will ensure the long-term success of the family business

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