Trying to Keep Top Talent? This could be your roadmap

 

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Jim Lorenzen, CFP®, AIF®

No, that’s no my picture – I wish I were that young and good looking; but he does look like a happy executive who’s worth keeping…. a key employee!

Key employees don’t have to be executives.  It can be anyone who is valuable to a business, particularly a small business that has to compete to attract top talent – and keep them from jumping ship to join a larger competitor or to start their own business in competition with you (trying to enforce non-compete agreements is no fun and costs far too much time and money, not to mention lost opportunities).

Small business owners often aren’t established enough to offer expensive benefit packages, but they want to find a way they can offer the right incentives to benefit their top people.

You might be interested in learning about the REBA, or GEBA, as some call it.  It’s a Restrictive Executive Bonus Arrangment, or Golden Executive Bonus Arrangement.

They’re pretty simple to set-up and can be designed to provide flexibility for the owner.

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Enjoy,

Jim


Jim Lorenzen is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® professional and An Accredited Investment Fiduciary® serving private clients since 1991.   Jim is Founding Principal of The Independent Financial Group, a  registered investment advisor with clients located across the U.S.. He is also licensed for insurance as an independent agent under California license 0C00742. The Independent Financial Group does not provide legal or tax advice and nothing contained herein should be construed as securities or investment advice, nor an opinion regarding the appropriateness of any investment to the individual reader. The general information provided should not be acted upon without obtaining specific legal, tax, and investment advice from an appropriate licensed professional.