The second point of WBON’s mission statement is “to foster the economic stability of women-owned businesses.” As women business owners, we often focus on the day-to-day and year-to-year aspects of business planning, but what often gets overlooked are those risks that may be lurking for us down the road. In this interactive workshop, we are going to focus on three ways to address the following issues:
• How to plan for a disability or illness.
• How to fund a succession or exit plan for your business.
• How to plan for a long-term care event.
Due to concerns around COVID-19 this event will be held virtually through Zoom. An email containing the link will be sent prior to the event date. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Christine at email@example.com.
Mary Capparuccini is an agent at New York Life Insurance Company in Colchester. Her practice there focuses on helping business owners with buy-sell agreements, key-person insurance, disability insurance, long-term care planning, and retirement strategies. Mary holds an MPA from Syracuse University and moved to Burlington four years ago from Middlebury, VT.
In addition to her role at New York Life, she is a member of Prosperity BNI in Williston and can be found volunteering every Monday afternoon at the Heineberg Senior Center.
Please join us in thanking our Partners
Vermont Federal Credit Union, Clute Wealth Management, Marketing Partners, Runway Auto and the Women’s Small Business Program (WSBP) at Mercy Connections.