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NEW CROWDFUND INVESTING BOOK PREPARES START-UPS FOR CROWDFUNDING

Although regulations permitting equity crowdfunding are months away, now is the time for investors and start-ups to prepare for equity crowdfunding, according to Sherwood Neiss, co-author of the new book  “Crowdfund Investing for Dummies. ”  “I think the book’s timing is perfect,” said  Neiss said. “This gives entrepreneurs ample time to read and prepare.”

A. Brian Dengler's new article is up on the Crowdfunding Professional Association site.


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Understanding Sarbanes–Oxley: Implications For Crowdfunding | Crowdfunding Guide

"People once invested in a business through Direct Public Offering. Then came the IPO, next, dirty deals and graft. Finally SOX was implemented, but now the crowd wants back in."

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Crowdfunding Soared to $2.7 Billion in 2012, But Equity Funding Is Still On Ice | TIME.com

"Asking strangers for money has never seemed cooler. With stars like Kirsten Bell and Charlie Kaufman attaching their names to successful crowdfunding projects, the stigma of soliciting donations online has largely been eliminated."

For more articles like the ones above, please be sure to visit:
Equity Crowdfunding Daily Scoops and Equity Crowdfunding Daily News.




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