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New Tax Extenders Bill Introduced in Senate With Carried Interest Tax Hike

Senator Max Baucus has introduced a new version of the tax extenders legislation, the Job Creation and Tax Cut Act of 2010. Please see: The text of the bill;    A summary of the bill’s provisions;   A comparison of Baucus’ … Continue reading

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Let’s Open Up Angel Investing’s Country Club Rules

There is no good reason to make it harder for startups to raise money. Continue reading

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To Create Jobs, Make It Easier For Startups To Raise Money

There is a great article in the New York Times this weekend, titled, To Create Jobs, Nurture Startups. The article makes the point that it is not small business which creates all net job growth in America–but young businesses. The … Continue reading

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Stimulus for Startups: Some Thoughts From a Seattle Startup Attorney

When Congress returns, it is going to be pondering what it can do to stimulate the economy. It will have limited time before it recesses again to campaign. In fact, only about 3 weeks after it comes back into session … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Revenue Loan–A Great Startup Financing Alternative

Guest Post by Bruce Pascoe What if there was a new way for startups to raise money, without the onerous conditions of traditional bank debt or all the baggage of venture capital? In the decade to come we’re likely to … Continue reading

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