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Think about the different pieces of the pie. 1. Amount per hour 2. Amount per project 3. Location work needs to be completed 4. Deposit 5. Payment terms 6. Time to finish the project 7. Specs and reporting All of these can help you negotiate their rate. The important part is to ask up front wh...

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Hi, my name is Kruno, I had several startups and several partners in them. First of all, you should know how much money founders invested in the startup, and then how much money you need to bring inside of the company and in which period. Second, if this idea is a long shot and "maybe" can be the...

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NO, it's in no ways normal. In reading how you have framed the question, this investor sounds to be acting in bad faith and is also setting you up to fail by introducing terms that are not standard to how quality investors interact with their investee companies. It is however very standard to h...

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I am not an attorney nor an accountant, and this is not "professional advice". Let me begin by saying that I agree completely with Mr. McGuire's response. At his very affordable rate, you should have that call with him. $200 is nothing, absolutely nothing, as a tax-deductible expense to protect y...

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I have related relevant experience in this area as I am the first American to be invited to have an Entrepreneur's Visa in Canada, and I am also an Attorney from Boston, MA. My experience in Canada has shown me that for Americans, it is very much similar to the United States, and as we are Stat...

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Wow! Good for you! It looks like you are on the right track. I have been part of several startups and have launched and failed some myself as well and learned from the experience. I have also helped raised for startups. I won't necessarily speak to the financials, but your question got me thinki...

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Without more information it's not easy to answer your question, but I'll give it a fighting try :) The health insurance industry is a commodity industry, they sell the same things at around the same prices and every little competitive edge is something they hang on to dearly. It's not surprising...

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The less you need to sell, the more leverage you have. The fact that they approached you says that they want it. If 15k was their first offer, you can simply say no thanks. If you can do that with a straight face and resist the temptation to make the move, they are likely to come back with a b...

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Many of the target groups you listed have their own proprietary contract processes/apps in place. Low hanging fruit may be independent consultants, freelancers, and small business owners. They deal with contracts all the time. If you are going to continue targetting real estate, financial, and ...

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I would first attend that person's actual training sessions to judge his quality of delivery in a live setting. Once convinced, the next question is the revenue sharing ratio. If he is doing most of the work, including development of the training material, while he is using my training company ...

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