Your business faces an ever-growing number of government regulations that must be adhered to. There is a constant need to stay up-to-date on new developments and effectively shift business strategy when things change.
Cemeteries have the unique option to classify themselves as either for-profit or not-for-profit. Make sure you understand the implications of each, and take the right steps if converting your business to maximize your tax benefits.
Whether or not your funeral home will stay in the family upon your retirement, a strong succession plan must be in place. Your business needs to make important decisions with proper lead time to implement a plan for a smooth transition.
Seeking new opportunities through partnering with other funeral homes, mortuaries, cemeteries and crematoriums can expand the reach of your business and help your company grow. Proper death care audits and valuations are key to a successful transaction.
Personal information and identities of the deceased are lucrative targets for cybercriminals. Your data must be kept securely in order to protect your clients and your business and to prevent crises that can lead to significant financial loss and legal action.
Whether you’re seeking traditional accounting services or a trusted death care consultant for a wide range of needs, Withum’s Death Care Services team is here to support you.
Withum's Death Care Services Team is an active member of national and local centers of influence.