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What is the minimum investment amount per investor in a Regulation A Plus offering?

What is the minimum allowed amount per investor in a Regulation A+ offering?

With a  lower minimum, your offering will be attractive to more investors. And as Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs) get involved and invest their client's savings in Reg A+ offerings, they will need a low minimum so they can spread their client's exposure over a number of companies.

We recommend that you set a low minimum to enable moist consumers to invest. If you set your minimum high, you will put off many people, and that could make the difference between success and failure of your offering. One company we follow has a minimum of $95 - this is great for broadening investor appeal.

This is not the same as the share price of your offering, of course.

There are a number of fixed costs per investor that make it financially unattractive to encourage investors to invest very small amounts.