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What is the word for working with or for someone else (instead of financially backing them) and getting a certain percentage back (profit sharing/ownership) when you launch a product? Kind of like 401k vesting but there is a certain word for it.

Example:

Would you like to to get paid in a ____ arrangement?

Note: Not financial equity!

  • I think your question would benefit from a more specific example. Profit sharing, commission, delayed wages, and equity (even though you say that's not what you're looking for) all seem to apply from your description. – Patrick M Oct 3 '18 at 22:06
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    I found the answer. It is Sweat Equity. – Steve Moser Oct 4 '18 at 14:32
  • @SteveMoser - You can answer your own question. It helps those who come along later with the same or a similar question, especially if you provide references and an explanation of why it was the correct answer for you. – Roger Sinasohn Oct 4 '18 at 19:46
  • @RogerSinasohn Thanks. I think the question was put on hold so I couldn’t answer. – Steve Moser Oct 5 '18 at 16:51
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Sweat Equity

Instead of put money into a company and getting financial equity you can put work into a company and get sweat equity.

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