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Senator Dodd’s Financial Reform Bill Will Significantly Reduce Angel Investor Pool

Critical to startups is access to angel capital. Angel capital almost always comes from “accredited investors” as defined in the federal securities laws. These are most often investors with more than $200,000 in income in the last 2 years (or … Continue reading

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Angel Financing – Issue Common or Preferred Stock?

Founders contemplating an angel financing often ask whether their company should issue common or preferred stock to angel investors. A fundamental difference between the two is that preferred stock has a liquidation preference, which upon a liquidation or sale of the … Continue reading

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