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How Companies Can Prep for Crowdfunding - CFO.com Magazine

As companies wait for the Securities and Exchange Commission to finalize the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act rules, they may be eager to pounce on equity-based crowdfunding. Once the SEC writes the rules, businesses will be able to raise up to $1 million from non-accredited investors and use general solicitation to secure funding from accredited investors, such as hedge funds and angel groups. But they will have to carefully consider the way they approach crowdfunding, particularly from non-accredited investors.

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Equity Crowdfunding: Next Generation of Angel Investors Is Not Sorry to Disrupt


Nikola Tesla wrote once, "The present is theirs; the future, for which I really worked, is mine." I can see this being quoted by any supporter of equity based crowdfunding (or crowdinvesting) -- an innovative online tool that would give you a legitimate right to own a stake in a company you choose to invest in. Just like angels investors do. 

Now, if you think you can invest too, join the club and have a nice... fight.

 


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