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DIY Crowdfunding Advice

In a well worn article, the Wall Street Journal rehashes advice on how to be a successful crowdfunder. Most importantly, it suggests that forming an entity (corporation or limited liability company) to protect your personal assets against (fraud) claims. You … Continue reading

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Crowd Funding Privacy Concerns

One implication of the Crowd Fund Act is that if you are raising under $100,000 you can merely provide to potential investors tax returns as “financial statements.” However, at that level, entrepreneurs may want to consider having “reviewed financial statements” … Continue reading

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