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Question added to topic Grow Your BusinessSeptember 18, 2008

How do you put a dollar value on 19 years of sweat equity?

I'm referring to a farm owned outright by my husband's mother.
Wow, tough situation, tough question to be asking. There isn't a book somewhere that has this kind of thing written down. Ownership normally starts with shares, like shares of stock, even in small businesses. There are no formulas.

You should probably be talking about this to an attorney.

Tim
Tim Berry is the president of Palo Alto Software Inc., based in Eugene, Ore., which produces business planning software. He is also the author of 3 Weeks to Startup and The Plan-As-You-Go Business Plan, published by Entrepreneur Press.

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