Monthly Archives: January 2013

Non-Accredited Investors & Integration of Related Offerings

By Keith Baldwin A reader recently wrote to me asking what I thought of the following financing arrangement: I want to form a company that would have multiple subsidiaries, each doing a Rule 504 SCOR (Small Corporate Offering Registration) offering, … Continue reading

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Section 1244 Stock

I was presenting to a group of angel investors recently on the topic of Section 1202 and Congress’s renewal of the 100% exclusion for investments made through the end of this tax year when the conversation turned to Section 1244 … Continue reading

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Event: World Financial Symposiums Growth and Exit Strategies for Software and IT Companies Conference

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Davis Wright Tremaine 1201 Third Avenue, Suite 2200
Seattle, WA 98101 The World Financial Symposiums Growth and Exit Strategies for Software and IT Companies conference, sponsored by Davis Wright Tremaine, GeekWire, WTIA … Continue reading

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How To Form A Washington Social Purpose Corporation

By now you have probably heard or read about Washington social purpose corporations (see, for example, my article in GeekWire: And now you might be wondering how to actually form a Washington social purpose corporation. The purpose of this … Continue reading

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How Long Does the New Qualified Small Business Stock Benefit Last?

I was asked by someone the other day, “Are you sure that the 100% tax exclusion for investments in qualified small business stock that Congress passed as part of the fiscal cliff bill lasts until the end of 2013? My … Continue reading

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