The difficulty, I see, is that each situation is so unique that even if one of us provided a model investment schedule, it might not apply to your business. Your specific activity should be examined in terms of timing. Does all work have to be done at a given location? If not, how is the time spent taken into account (e.g. B a clock, the honor system, etc.) ? Is it work to be on the ground? What about one of you who believes someone is there but not working? Is the investment schedule based on the hours worked, the tasks performed, the revenues that are introduced into the company or in some other way? This is the time when you need good legal advice especially for your situation. If you walk down the hall, you think the marriage will last forever. As we know, this is not always true. Now it`s time for you to come up with designing a good business pre-nup – and you should let a third party, like a lawyer, do just that. It is much cheaper to design the deal now than to fight later through litigation. Stephen, there are a few ways to set up an investment plan. One is time, the other is a milestone, a third is “contribution” or results. Using only the “number of hours worked” may seem the simplest, but given that all hours are considered equal and equal, this could lead to serious conflicts in the future. Whichever method(s) you choose, I highly recommend working with a lawyer to complete the documents, as you really need more than these.
If you would like to discuss your situation in more detail or request a referral to a lawyer, you can contact me directly. robert@ bizgrowthmasters.com Good luck. Stephen: Have you done any research online for examples of investment calendars? It`s not such a mysterious topic that you can`t find anything on the Internet. Typical investment schedules are based on time, although you can base it on hours worked. The idea that stocks are rising is not a good approach. They should receive the maximum shares at the beginning, with the placement leading to a decline in the shares. Stephen, The ineligibility of equity to the extent that time or the achievement of certain thresholds triggers the issuance of additional own funds, or conversely exercise mechanisms in which non-compliance with certain thresholds triggers a withdrawal of previously issued own funds are subject to local restrictions on company law. . . .