When General Solicitation is Permitted? Rule 506(c) vs. Rule 506(b)
Jun26

When General Solicitation is Permitted? Rule 506(c) vs. Rule 506(b)

The process of general solicitation involves the dissemination and advertising of information about a securities offering to the public. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) looks at the particular facts of the case when determining if a communication is considered general solicitation. Examples of General Solicitation One example of potential general solicitation would be sending an email to all individuals on your contacts...

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Ways to Reach Accredited Investor Status
Apr15

Ways to Reach Accredited Investor Status

Accredited investor status represents a certain dividing line between the wealthy and everyone else in society. If you want to generate enough income and wealth to reach this financial status and access to a broader selection of investments, you need some strategies to help you achieve your goal. Here are some to consider: Change to a Higher-Income Track If you are already on a career path with an exceptional income growth potential,...

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Transitioning To A More Digital Lifestyle: 2 Benefits Of Using Digital Money And Digital Wallets
Jan11

Transitioning To A More Digital Lifestyle: 2 Benefits Of Using Digital Money And Digital Wallets

Digital wallets and digital currencies have been surging in popularity. Digital money like Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum are only to mention a few of the many types of digital currencies that are globally known and are now being used to shop for goods and services. Digital wallets have made carrying these digital currencies convenient and seamless. Today, we will discuss 2 benefits of digital currencies, digital wallets, and a...

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International Accredited Investor – What is the SECs Guidance for Verification?
Dec17

International Accredited Investor – What is the SECs Guidance for Verification?

International investors have always contributed in an important way to delivering capital to private placement offers. Under Regulation D, the private placement market is huge. Since September 2013 when Title II of the JOBS Act went into effect all the way until the end of 2014, more than $1.5 trillion was raised under Regulation D. This can partly be attributed to the new Rule 506(c), which permits general solicitation – aka...

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How to Become an Accredited Investor By Boosting Your Net Worth
Mar27

How to Become an Accredited Investor By Boosting Your Net Worth

The crowdfunding platforms of today offer investors new opportunities not known about in the past. However, the majority of these opportunities are only accessible to those who either are or can become an accredited investor. Determining if You Are Accredited No formal accredited investor certification is issued from an institution or agency that confirms your accredited status. To the contrary, the Securities Exchange Commission...

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The Reasons Behind the EPACT 2005 Tax Deduction Program

Sometimes it is difficult to understand just why various government programs are put in place. However, when it comes to the EPACT 2005 tax deduction program the results anticipated are very easy to see. Unfortunately many businesses, perhaps due to misunderstandings or lack of information, did not take advantage of the initial EPACT 2005 tax deduction but were able to take advantage of it before the current end of the program on...

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