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    What to do with my shareholder???
    Hi everyone. I'm a year into business and have a shareholder who has a stake in the business and is also a director. She invested cash for a % and that's exactly what I wanted and needed to get going. I plan to have the cash paid back by the end of 2017. She is absolutely no help to the business, outdated and energy sapping. That said, I wouldn't have been able to start up without her funds. But once I've paid them back paying dividends for her doing nothing at all is going to annoy me. We have a standard shareholders agreement and she has 30%. What do you think the best and right thing is to do? It's playing on my mind so feel I need to get it sorted (when the time is right) or settled in my mind. Can anyone help?
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    When communication is also important to be honest with your shareholders. The receiving dividends from their share of the stock at a profit. As investor engagement continues to evolve organization must adopt of strengthen and engage with there shareholders after all they provide the investment that keeps your company moving forward. While you will hopefully be regarded them by increasing the value of their shares, you can also keep things running smoothly day to day with a number of simple tips.


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    based on your agreement you need accept if you want to know how my company is running with shareholders you visit mobile application development company in Bangalore


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    Shareholders own the company so they are legally and morally entitled to the profit share. However, if you are doing lots of hard work you need to make sure that the company is paying a salary commensurate with what you are doing. In this way everyone gets what they are entitled. After your salary - maybe bonus - and expenses there is less profit to give to the shareholders.


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    The main documents of interest to shareholders will be the company's annual report and accounts. Each shareholder has the right to receive these when they're issued generally and on request. Shareholders also have the right to receive a copy of any written resolution proposed by either the directors or shareholders.


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    Denoc Audiologist in chennai offers you an extensive range of hearing aids crafted with the latest technology to cater to your needs. HearFon is affiliated with world-class hearing aid brands which are equipped with modern technology to offer customized solutions.


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    People that possess regular portions of organization stock are seen as the genuine proprietors of that organization. As incomplete proprietors of the organization, regular investors reserve the option to take an interest in an organization's gainfulness for whatever length of time that they claim the offers. In the event that an organization's governing body


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    The main documents of interest to shareholders will be the company's annual report and accounts. Each shareholder has the right to receive these when they're issued generally and on request. Shareholders also have the right to receive a copy of any written resolution proposed by either the directors or shareholders.


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