How can I recalculate the value of the initial investment in our company?
I have been a silent partner in a company for about 15 years. Some of the partners kept adding money to the company with different amounts throughout the years and consider that as part of the initial capital when it comes to the distribution of the profits. I am insisting that it is not correct because the value of the initial investment should be different than the money that is added later (a basic principle when it comes to the value of shares over the years and the risk factor). My question is how do I go back and redo the calculations fairly?