X paid $66.00 for an item and to ship off to W

Y paid X $66.00

W paid $96.00 to buy and have item shipped

Z charged Y $5.60 to use service to sell item to W

How does Y and X split W's payment?

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X paid $66.00 for an item and to ship off to W

Y paid X $66.00

W paid $96.00 to buy and have item shipped

Z charged Y $5.60 to use service to sell item to W

How does Y and X split W's payment?

x spent 66 out of his pocket so y paid him back then when the sale goes through y gets his 66 back plus half the shipping. then y spends 5.60 extra out to pay z for the service

X paid $66.00 for an item and to ship off to W

Y paid X $66.00

W paid $96.00 to buy and have item shipped

Z charged Y $5.60 to use service to sell item to W

How does Y and X split W's payment?

Y paid X and Z 71.60

leaving a profit of 24.40

that X believes should be equally split whereas Y believes that since X has been paid the original 66. for item and shipping and Z has been paid 5.60 for the service by Y already the full profit of 24.40 would be Y's.

Does that make since or is it mathematically flawed?

they both pay there 66 bucks they both get back..... the 30 dollar profit is split. then y spends extra 5.60 for z

Y paid X and Z 71.60

leaving a profit of 24.40

that X believes should be equally split whereas Y believes that since X has been paid the original 66. for item and shipping and Z has been paid 5.60 for the service by Y already the full profit of 24.40 would be Y's.

Does that make since or is it mathematically flawed?

x paid 66 bucks ok now hes down 66 so y pays him back 66 so now its just y thats out of 66 bucks (but when the sale goes through y will get his 66 back) so the 96 minus 66 for y leaves 30 .....split that and they made 15 each profit.

X paid $66.00 for an item and to ship off to W

Y paid X $66.00

W paid $96.00 to buy and have item shipped

Z charged Y $5.60 to use service to sell item to W

How does Y and X split W's payment?

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IF X paid half of the 5.60 to Z and Y paid half to Z then the 24.40 should be split between Y and X equally...

Also did Y get 66.00 back from Z for the sale of the item? If not then and only then should Y get to keep the entire 24.40.

Did that help?

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x paid 66.00 bucks

X paid $66.00 for an item and to ship off to W

Y paid X $66.00

W paid $96.00 to buy and have item shipped

Z charged Y $5.60 to use service to sell item to W

How does Y and X split W's payment?

y paid x 66.00 bucks so now y is out of 66 bucks till the sale goes through

w paid x and y 96 bucks so y get his 66 bucks back

leaves a profit of 30 bucks

15 bucks each

minus 5.60 from y to pay for z

In business you assume risk and you reap rewards. If you take all of the risk, like Y did, you should recieve all of the rewards. But, a word that was in your original post that is EXTREMELY important is 'family'. Never go into business with family. It ALWAYS causes problems.

Total $96

minus $74.40

equals $24.40

X =$12.20

Y = $12.20

Don't tear your family up over twelve bucks. It makes Thanksgiving dinner easier if noone feels like they were taken advantage of.

Save the family, divy up the profit.

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