Most start-ups and small businesses go through a series of growing pains. One of those pains occurs when you reach the point where your business is booming, but not quite enough to cover the cost of extra help.
A potential stumbling block for a group of entrepreneurs ready to launch a new corporation is how to allocate ownership among the founders. There’s no reason to delay the start of a new venture over this issue. The company founders only need to apply some objective factors to determine an equitable arrangement as shareholders.
Founders of new business types that receive capital to create a corporation tend to be between the ages of 35 to 44, though venture capital firms appear to evenly distribute funds to entrepreneurs with either undergraduate or graduate degrees.