I am fixing to found a company with a sibling. We are planning to split 50/50, as we are both going to be working on the frontlines. While we do that I was going to have my spouse take care of the scheduling and home line. Well, I talked to my spouse about it and it seems that my spouse is being very sketchy about it. She wants 30% of the company just to pick up a phone and put a date on the calender. What should I do biz?
>What? I have a dick.
Thanks for clarifying.
Why bother bringing your 'spouse' on at all? You can hire someone who'll take calls and do a calendar for you for minimum wage. But now you're fucked because you already asked her to be a part of the endeavor.
Besides the abusing cold medicine and wanting to kill my boss, this is pretty spot on. (I also take the bus instead of drive but still it's a "commute")
You should tell your wife to start her own business if she wants money.
The thing is I want someone from family that I can pay, but she wants to own basically half the fucking company. And the money I already give here from my personal checks isn't enough, although she doesnt Fuck work and would look for a job.
Maybe I'm drunk but this thread makes no fucking sense at all. Are you basically saying your wife wants 30 percent of a company that doesn't even exist yet in return for her answering the phone and she has no job and uses your money to support herself? If so, do you also have a cuck fetish? If she wants 30% of the company in writing she's probably thinking about divorce because that sounds really fucky. If you need 4chan to tell you to tell you wife no and fuck off then you may already be too cucked to be even worth saving
Your wife gonna get your money anyway. The risk you haven't thought of is a straight 50/50 split with someone. What if they work for 6 months then two years later you get big? They still deserve 50%? Think they might still get it in a lawsuit?
Instead, both of you get a wage for hours you work, possibly based on the kind of task. Obviously, the wage isn't paid in cash, but as a percentage of the company. This also allows you to include your wife's labor if you want.