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Transition Planning For A Family Farm Business

  • June 03, 2021
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
  • Zoom


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A joint event with CAFA - Canadian Association of Farm Advisors

Farm Transition Planning, also called Succession Planning, ensures farm business continuity: it is the only process that links one generation to future generations involved in the farm business and addresses how the vision, goals and dreams of the farm will carry on.

Presented by Rick Gendemann, CPA CA

Manning Elliott LLP,  Accountants and Business Advisors

Rick Gendemann is the firm’s lead partner, overseeing and advising on family business transition services and is on the Board of Directors for CAFA.

Rick works extensively with family-owned enterprises, providing them with business advisory and business transition planning services. Rick is a graduate of the Institute of Family Enterprise Advisors program, which provides a comprehensive education in knowledge and best practices in family enterprise advising.

He is a regular contributor and presenter of business transition strategies. Rick also works with business owners in helping them to grow and build business value.

Rick has an extensive background and experience in the areas of estate tax and wealth transfer planning. He is a regular contributor and presenter of estate planning options and related tax topics to various organizations. Rick is also a member of the Abbotsford Estate Planning Council. His tax and estate planning expertise allows him the opportunity to provide creative planning strategies in an ever-changing tax environment to our clients. 

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