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What is an Accredited Investor?   To be an Accredited Investor you must meet the criteria laid down in Rule 501 under the Securities Act of 1933, which defines an Accredited Investor as someone who is: “A natural person with income exceeding $200,000 in each of the two most recent years or joint...
Whether you are just starting out as an entrepreneur or you are the president of an existing mid-sized company, you have one common need: Capital. As an entrepreneur or...
Accredited investor requirements
When an individual wants to become an accredited investor, there are certain rules and laws that have to be followed. The criteria are set by the Securities and Exchange...
How to Raise Capital to Grow Your Business     Whether you are just starting out as an entrepreneur or you are the president of an existing mid-sized company, you have...
Understanding and reading tax code can be exhausting. It’s usually written in language that may only be appreciated by lawyers and accountants, and can be as long as a...
How to Raise Capital Oh how the world has changed. A few short years ago if you had a business idea or a business that was ready to expand, but were short on capital,...
Computer code made up the world's last trillion dollar industry. The next one is going to be created out of genetic code, argues Alec Ross, the author of "The Industries...
Accredited Investor Verification
For companies that want to raise funds for growth, accredited investors are a great source of capital. Rule 506(c) of Regulation D created by the Securities and Exchange...
Becoming an accredited investor opens the door for certain individuals to invest and potentially multiply their money. If your goal is to expand your funds through...