Entrepreneurs need not be money martyrs

06/3/2010 | Entrepreneur online

Don't listen to the venture capitalists who argue that entrepreneurs should forgo a salary in favor of "sweat equity," writes turnaround consultant George Cloutier. He suggests a salary of 3% to 4% of revenue is reasonable -- and indicative of a strong business. "The inability to pay yourself is symptomatic of a much deeper financial problem," he writes.

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