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4 Fatal Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Taking On A Partner - And What You Should Do Instead

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Executive Summary

At first glance, taking on a partner seems like a great idea. You'll be combining forces with a colleague who probably has complementary strengths and can help with the tough decisions. Sure, you've heard horror stories of badly-matched business partners before, but you two are perfect for each other. Unfortunately, the fact is that over half of all business partnerships fail, according to small business expert Andrew Sherman, a partner with Jones Day (in Washington, D.C.). But many of those failures could have been avoided with smart planning upfront - something small-business partners often fail to do.

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