Title III Crowdfunding

Startup businesses can now benefit from Title III Crowdfunding. We go over what it is, who it's for, and how it will benefit startups.

If you’re interested in starting a business, you’ve probably got a few items on your to-do list. For one thing, you need to complete a comprehensive business plan that lays out your proposal for starting and managing your venture for the next 1-5 years. You may also want to hire a small business lawyer, a Read More

How to Navigate Crowdfunding Legal Issues

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Crowdfunding has emerged as a convenient means of connecting up-and-coming entrepreneurs in need of capital with investors interested in funding new ventures.  As a business owner looking to receive funding for your startup, you must be aware of any potential legal issues that could land you in hot water or even put a stop to Read More

Equity Crowdfunding Basics You Should Know

Equity crowdfunding can provide you with the financial backing you need, but be sure to consult with an experienced attorney before selling company shares.

You may have heard of popular crowdfunding sites that help you to kick-start a business idea with funding donated by those interested in your product.  The nice thing about these sites is that the people who fund your venture will accept product samples, swag (posters, tees, associated merchandise), and even tokens like signed items or Read More

Why Investing in Startups Just Got Easier for the Average American

Title III of the JOBS Act opens the door for non-accredited investors to participate in the rapidly growing field of equity crowdfunding.

A recent ruling by the United States’ Securities and Exchange Commission will change how everyday American citizens can invest their money. The SEC’s approval of Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act) opens the door for non-accredited investors to participate in the rapidly growing field of equity crowdfunding. That will mean Read More

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