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(This is a 7 year old post, but I found it from search results; so it seems fair to add comments to it.) It is absolutely fair for anybody getting paid in equity to ask for financial statements to determine the true value of that equity. CEO's and majority shareholders will do sneaky stuff like fund the company with a convertible loan. In other words, if ...


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It depends on how you structure the transaction. If you want to have personal assets, you can sell some of the stock you personally hold in the business to an outside investor. If you want the business to have the assets, the business can issue additional shares of stock to the investor. In practice, a venture capitalist will almost certainly require the ...


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