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Your Family Business: a Success Guide for Growth and Survival.

According to the authors, over 90% of American businesses are family-owned, leading to a variety of tensions and problems. From their perspectives as past and present senior partners in Laventhol & Howwath's family business practice, they examine the major problems such companies face.

They also examine the life cycle of family enterprises, from birth to succession to a new generation, identifying the critical issues that arise in each phase--such as the entry of children into the business--and how these issues can be dealt with successfully. The text is oriented toward the small business owner but contains a great deal of useful information that can help hone the skills of accountants and attorneys who regularly serve these companies.
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Author:Fogg, Stephen L.
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Sep 1, 1990
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