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Silent Partner
An individual whose involvement in a partnership is limited to providing capital to the business.... More »

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Silent partner refers to an anonymous member of a business partnership, especially a limited partnership, or a partner who is not actively involved in the ...

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Jun 4, 2015 ... Understanding the difference between investors and silent partners. Silent partners generally want to “set it and forget it” when it comes to their ...

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An individual whose involvement in a partnership is limited to providing capital to the business.

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Jun 25, 2015 ... Understand the difference between a person designated as a silent partner and a general partner under the partnership business structure.

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There are several benefits that are available to a silent partner that do not exist for other members of the business. Silent partners have little to no responsibility ...

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A small business needs funding to start operating. Many small business owners invest their own money into their businesses, or seek out active partners to ...

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Mar 18, 2015 ... A dear friend and excellent businessman has approached me about being a silent partner for my art gallery. The extra financing would be great ...

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Sep 28, 2016 ... A silent partner usually invests a large sum of money but prefers not to be involved in the daily operations. If you are looking for advice and help ...

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A Silent Partnership Agreement allows a silent partner to share in the business' gains and losses, but maintain a more hands-off approach when it comes to the ...