Outside of a few bills like a phone bill, and old UPS bill, etc. WEG doesn't have any more "bills" or debts besides the preorders. I clearly stated that my taxes were personal property taxes and were being paid through working a second job. I do not and will not pay personal liabilities from corporate taxes.Ah, the old keep the business solvent by taking on personal debt strategy. Never a good idea, and the opposite of the point of establishing a corporation, but not all that uncommon among passionate small business owners.
But here's the thing - WEG is still broke, even if it gets in that A/R money (since it will go to paying off the liabilities). It still lacks a product people want to buy, with tons of old inventory sitting around taking up space. There's still no money to produce new products. It still won't make enough money to pay a living wage. And frankly, I've seen nothing to hat suggest that the business management will be any less poor in the future.
As for lacking a product people want to buy, you are incorrect again. Junta continues to sell steadily and well. WEG doesn't pay living wage to me anymore not because it cannot, but because it's not really my job anymore. I have another job to provide my (meager) wages. Of course, to be frank, my wages with WEG were always meager. Almost no one does this business for the money.
WEGS A/R does not represent the only value left, simply the largest quick asset. If I decide to continue making product in the future, WEG certainly has the means to do so. Still, my main focus on providing anything to the community, after this refund business is done, is to release the D6 SRD and make Open D6 a reality and the whole process initially will net me zero dollars. However, that is the point. I'm not doing it for the money per se. Though I do trust it will help increase the player base for D6 and provide a large market to sell product to for both WEG and anyone else using Open D6.
I still don't see a future for WEG. Becoming bankrupt is hardly the only good reason to close a business. If it won't make money and causes a strain on the owner's personal life, that's an excellent reason to walk away from a business. Pride and passion are nice, but sometimes cold, hard logic is the smarter way to think about things.
You are correct, but lack of high profits is hardly the only reason to run a business either. Trying to run the business full time and not get moeny from any outside source caused my life stress, so I got a job. Having high overhead costs and other high bills caused me stress, so I got rid of them and started shoestinging everything. Incurring more personal debt to feed WEG caused me stress, so i do not do so anymore -- ever. In fact, all those things that caused me personal stress except the current situation has been systematically removed. soon I hope to remove this final major stress, with the full refund of the preorders and then I can focus on more positive things, like getting D6 out there for free.
Despite WEG being for more meager than it was a few years ago, it's actually more stabile (on paper) and although lack of cash is a major problem for any business, it is a temporary issue.