Partnership

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DEFINITION of 'Partnership'

A business organization in which two or more individuals manage and operate the business. Both owners are equally and personally liable for the debts from the business.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Partnership'

Partnership doesn't always mean two people. There are many large partnerships who have thousands of partners.

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