Thought I'd come here for some advice from fellow landscape company owners. This was my second season having my own business and I feel I've built up my company fairly well. My 04 F350, 7ton dump, and L125 skidsteer are all paid for, as well as obviously all my other hand tools and such. Anyways, this past summer I did a fair bit of sub work for another local landscape contractor, who is also fairly new into the business, but he has better people skills and knows how to get good jobs, especially for being so new into it. His skills are people/business skills, where mine are more about getting the job done/construction/equipment skills. He came to me a few days ago, with an offer for me to come on board with his company as a foreman/supervisor. We talked about wages, and what we're sitting at right now, is a $25000 salary, working 40hrs a week, from April - end of October. Thats not what I'm coming to you for advice though... on top of that he's offered a profit sharing scenario where he's offering 5% on what the entire company grosses, paid out every 6 weeks. We haven't gone over paperwork where he's able to prove what he grosses yet, but its over 500k a year.. give me your thoughts!