% of sale, programmers cut

% of sale, programmers cut

Post by Steven Saunde » Tue, 14 Nov 1995 04:00:00



[ Article crossposted from comp.programming ]
[ Author was Steven Saunders ]
[ Posted on 13 Nov 1995 18:04:43 GMT ]

Hello,

I have an oppourtunity in which a guy is offering me a 10% cut of all
software sales in return for 6 months of programming effort.

I would like to know if this is a reasonable cut, and if not, what
a typical cut is for a contract programmer who works on percentage of
sale basis (rather then a salary or a flat bid)

Thanks
Steven Saunders

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Steven Saunders

 
 
 

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