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Starting a Business

I own 51 percent of an LLC. If I plan to split with my business partner what am I responsible to pay him?

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Your operating agreement should have set out the way to value the interest of the departing business owner. Sometimes, those amounts can vary depending on the reason for the split: Did you catch your partner with his hand in the till? Or is there another reason (less ominous) for your split?

Best to speak to your accountant and a business attorney to determine what’s fair to split and how you may be able to pay it over time.

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