AnswersOctober 20, 2017What should I know about term sheets? A Term Sheet is a non-binding agreement outlining the basic terms and conditions for an investment that essentially serves as a foundation document for more detailed legal documents. It looks something like this: Source: The Startup Dictionary | LawTrades Legal is hard. Let’s tackle it together. Speak to one of our Legal Pros and discover how we can help. Previous What is underwriter? Next What does a tender offer mean? You may like these too Which is the easiest way to get an US visa? September 26, 2017 How do E2 investors open multiple companies in the U.S.? October 27, 2017 I want to start and own a company but also remain as anonymous as possible. How do I do this? November 3, 2017 What is a fair equity/salary amount to offer one of the first key employees of a startup pre-funding? March 24, 2017 How much salary should I take and what percentage of equity can I ask for as a co-founder in a startup? November 7, 2017 What does a tender offer mean? October 20, 2017 What are some of the basics for choosing a business structure for your company? November 6, 2017 Comment There is no comment on this post. Be the first one. Leave a comment or Cancel Reply Name* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.