Sweat equity


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Sweat equity

The investment of property owner’s or occupant’s own labor in rehabilitation work as a form of payment.
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* Donovan said he is much more hkely to take sweat equity in exchange for his expertise if the time to get the product to market is 18 months or less.
Here, naturally, they are given stock options, or in some cases, even put in some kind of sweat equity that get compensated when the company is listed.
The so-called sweat equity will also be employed in building the tent cities, Gordon said.
It's been a lot of work and sweat equity, but I'm setting pretty well.
You have to value sweat equity. Many of us, particularly black folks, are always willing to work hard if someone will give us the money.
Future home owners spend 500 hours physically working on the building site - known as "sweat equity" - in return for a PS10,000 reduction in the cost of their home.
Earlier, addressing an election rally in Mandi on Monday, Modi had attacked the UPA government over the recent Cabinet reshuffle citing Tharoor's case who had allegedly played a role in negotiating the sweat equity for Pushkar for the Kochi IPL team in 2010.
There is 'sweat equity' involved, however, and 500 hours of volunteer time are required.
An innovative recruitment concept, which enables fast growing businesses to pitch for experienced, high-calibre business experts - in exchange for salary, sweat equity or commission - was held at the offices of accountancy firm BDO in Birmingham.
"Please know the sweat equity we pour into this company every day to someday realize the true valuation of our growing business," Schissler concluded.
"So hats off to all the contractors and architects and everybody else that spent a lot of time and sweat equity in its development," she stated.
He invests time, resources and his own "sweat equity." His trees require attention virtually every day.