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At some point or another, it becomes necessary to have “the talk” and “define the relationship” within a business. While the thought of defining business roles may make some people nervous, not having a conversation is a source of even greater anxiety when the relationship involves an investment, business venture, or development project.

The problem, for many people, is that they don’t know what terms to use to define a business relationship, or how to structure it other than as a “50/50 partnership.” Many people are reluctant to structure it in any other way because of a concern of looking “greedy” or that another structure could cause the other party to back out of the deal, thereby removing the capital necessary to make the project happen.

If you find yourself in these situations, however, you should know that there are many alternatives to a “true partnership” that may work better for all of the parties involved.


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