What are Founders' Shares?

Answer

Dan Hendricks (Business Owner)
Founders' shares are the shares of stock that are issued to the beginning founders of a firm. While the founders cannot receive money until normal stockholders are paid, founders will receive all of the remaining profits after tax.
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