Video Series - Mistake #1 Business Owners Make: No Worst-Case Scenario Plan

Business Strategy | Small Business Planning

 Sara Gelsheimer By: Sara Gelsheimer
When running your own business, being prepared for the unexpected can help prevent disaster. 


In this video, Senior Wealth Manager, Sara Gelsheimer walks through appropriately planning for worst case scenarios in business.
Have You Planned for Worst Case Scenarios? Do you have these considerations in place?

  • Estate Documents
  • Titling Your Assets
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Business Continuity Plan

Next Steps:

Download our complimentary Estate Planning Memo to assist in starting the process compiling the appropriate estate documents and titling your assets.

Additional Resources:

Are you a Plancorp client?

If you're not sure where to start, reach out to your Wealth Management team to create or review your estate plan, help set up new financial goals or to check in on your existing goals. 

Not a Plancorp client? No problem.

Would you like assistance in determining where you can better organize your finances, especially if you're building your Financial Plan. Complete this simple 9-question Financial Assessment to get personalized guidance on areas to get organized.

Already have an advisor?

Whether you already have an advisor or may be evaluating options, this complimentary eBook will help you evaluate your current situation, consider what might be missing and share insight on what you should expect from your financial team. We also invite you to check out our blog posts on Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor and How to Find a Financial Advisor That Works for You.


Succession Planning

Complimentary  Worksheet Resources:
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Goal Planning WORKSHEET


Estate Planning MEMO



This material has been prepared for informational purposes only and should not be used as investment, tax, legal or accounting advice. All investing involves risk. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against a loss. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors.

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Sara came to Plancorp in 2013 with a strong financial background and an even stronger commitment to financial education—particularly for women. A Wealth Manager and Founder of InspireHer (Plancorp's Women's Initiative), Sara is also a new mom. More »