Building a successful business is difficult. Walking away can be even harder. That’s why setting up a succession plan is critical, and it’s not something that can be thrown together a few months before retiring.

“It’s important to have a succession plan in place that sets the brand up for a long period of time,” says Benefit Advisors Network Executive Director Perry Braun. “Lack of planning results in the leadership at that agency having limited options.”

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