No I never said I would not being doing the books any longer. You interpreted that way. Like you have in the past. I have never once said I was no longer doing the books.
No I do not want an employee learning how to do the bookkeeping while I still own half the business. It is not her business how much money we pull out of the company each month or how much the other employees get paid.
Yes I will continue to do the books and looking through them whenever I feel like it. My name is in the incorporation documents as the tax managing partner and that is my job. As long as it is my legal responsibility and my taxes being paid off those books I will go look at them and do them whenever I want. And pay myself for the time it takes to fix all the messes you created.
If you wish for me to stop doing these things there is a very simple solution. Buy me out. Let’s go sign the paperwork. I have time available every Wednesday and I bet I could get the lawyer to do some weekend work since he’s my farking next-door neighbor.
Oh. Wait. I DID SAY THAT! No longer can she tell me what to do. She isn’t my boss, and if she wants to make the rules she can buy my half. Until then, I have equal say mf’er… No more walking on me. Pick a number, pick a date, write me a check, and let’s sign that paperwork.