Angel, Accounting Basics

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Individual investors which are often called angels, make capital investments in entrepreneurial ventures in return for equity (partial ownership) in the industry. These arrangements are usually made on the basis of a privately negotiated agreement predicated on the fact that the investor hopes to get a high return on his or her invested capital if the business succeeds, as compensation for the risks related with investing in an unproven business.

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