Skylight hosts seminar for small business leaders


Keven Prather and Kateryna Puchowicz, Financial Planners at Skylight Financial Group’s Business Private Client Group*, held a lively, interactive seminar, in association with the Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce, for a group of small business leaders on May 28. 

Succession planning was the topic of the video-based seminar featuring stories shared by real business owners. The vignettes explored critical business planning issues, such as passing ownership on from one generation to the next, preparing for the unexpected—such as the death of an owner—retaining key employees, and proper estate and retirement planning.  Business leaders had the opportunity to discuss issues and possible solutions in detail with knowledgeable and experienced professionals, Keven and Kateryna.

Laura A. Petrella, CEO, Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce said “It was a great event! Thank you to Kateryna and Keven for presenting on “succession planning” to our business leaders and sharing such valuable insights on real life and important issues facing small businesses.”

* Skylight’s Business Private Client Group helps privately-held or family-owned businesses with succession planning for eventual transition and/or exit from ownership or control.

Keven Prather and Kateryna Puchowicz are registered representatives of and offer securities, investment advisory and financial planning services through MML Investors Services, LLC. Member SIPC . 2012 W. 25th Street, Suite 900, Cleveland OH 44113. 216-621-5680.  CRN201511-183375

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