Profit Share Agreement

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Profit Share Agreement

A Profit Share Agreement generally allows for profits between business partners, along with the losses, to be distributed between themselves.

The difference between a Profit Share Agreement and a Revenue Share Agreement is that a Profit Share Agreement allows for expenses to be deducted from revenue prior to the profit being split. A Revenue Share Agreement does not allow for this deduction.

Included in this document

This document includes all the basic aspects of a Profit Share Agreement including:

  • The commencement date;
  • The duration that the contract is set to run;
  • How and when the agreement may be terminated;
  • The details of the profit share amount and percentage;
  • How profits will be shared between the parties;
  • Dispute resolution provisions;
  • Common boilerplate clauses.

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Further Reading

We provide a very extensive blog on the subjects of profit and revenue share agreements. Read more about Profite Share Agreements and Their Importance. Click here

Read more about Common Boilerplate Clauses - What Are They and Why Are They Important? Click here