Three way online partnership question.

Discussion in 'Growing and Managing a Business' started by Chron, May 5, 2012.

  1. Chron

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    Me and two other people need to find out a way to evenly distribute money without having to put all the trust into one person. The 3rd parties involved are Adsense and Paypal. What do we do?
     
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    If you have a business Paypal account you can allow access to multiple people, so everyone can see exactly what's happening. You can make the account fully accessible or limit it in a number of ways, however you want.

    As for Adsense, open a bank account in your names, so you all have access, and use it solely for the Adsense. I suppose it all depends on how much you trust each other.
     
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    Classical Investments is an investment company which offers private financial services. Based in UK, We provide services all over the world.

    As we are we are growing up as one of the fortune 500 companies, We provide various offers on investments and give variety of investment ideas.

    The Services we provide are

    Online Fixed Deposits
    Investment Ideas
    Personal and business Loans
    Money Transfer Services.
     
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    artnerships, unlike sole proprietorships, are entities legally separate from the partners themselves. In a general partnership, however, profits and losses flow through to the partners’ tax returns. Each general partner has equal responsibility and authority to run the business. Each partner should be involved in day-to-day operations of the business, and should make management decisions.
     

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