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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silent_partner

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

www.entrepreneur.com/article/244633

Jun 4, 2015 ... Before you accept financing or sign an investing agreement, be sure you know how to protect your company and get what you want out of the ...

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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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A partner can contribute expertise, business contacts and money to a new or growing business. Partnerships take many forms. You may recruit an equal partner ...

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Many business savvy individuals have considered the thought of becoming a silent partner at one point or another in their careers. The thought of investing in a  ...

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

legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/silent+partner

Definition of silent partner in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is silent partner? Meaning of silent partner as a ...

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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 ...