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Cost of Taking Your Company Public Using Regulation A+, if you choose this route.

Cost of Taking Your Company Public Using Regulation A+, if you choose this route. The video does not discuss the Manhattan Street Capital fee, which is charged per investor when a company starts the offering after having received Qualification from the SEC, plus warrants.

Question is what is the cost to take my company public using Regulation A+ on Manhattan Street Capital? These are the costs. The first cost is marketing so probably the minimum you could get away with for a small offering is fifty thousand dollars and the maximum would be two hundred and fifty or possibly three hundred thousand dollars in marketing cost.

Then the legal costs of a service provider to complete the SEC process are forty five thousand dollars using a specialized service provider that we have. And the cost of an audit which is only required in a tier two offering will be whatever it is. For a simple company it might be twenty thousand dollars or perhaps less and for a complex company it could be significantly more. Then the cost of registering your company to get a ticker from the OTCQB market place: two thousand five hundred dollars with an ongoing renewal fee of ten thousand dollars per year to stay listed. Then ongoing reporting requirements which are going to vary according to the scale of your operation, you are required to have an audit once a year and with the QB market place six monthly reporting of revenues and profits and any significant changes in the business must be reported when the occur. So you can see how the ongoing reporting requirements for a QB listing might be as low as sixty thousand dollars a year or a hundred thousand dollars a year and of course, depending on your service providers. It’s up to you as to who you work with. But that should give you a framework for the numbers. The video does not include the Manhattan Street Capital fee, see