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Startup Investors and the New Medicare Surtax

By Dan Wright (Principal at Clark Nuber), and Karlyn Kurokawa (Associate at Clark Nuber) Currently, all U.S. individual wage earners are subject to a 1.45% Medicare tax on all of their wages and self-employed individual taxpayers are subject to 2.9% tax on their “self-employment … Continue reading

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General Solicitation for Startups

The SEC has finally issued proposed rules that would eliminate the prohibition against general solicitation and advertising in Rule 506 offerings. The proposed rules are good news for startups because they offer broader access to investment capital sources, and the … Continue reading

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Founder Institute

My colleague Christina Chan and I recently had the opportunity to interview Dave Parker of the Founder Institute. You can read our interview of Dave below. If you haven’t heard of the Founder Institute, it has been helping entrepreneurs in … Continue reading

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WTIA Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

This year’s election is as important as any in recent memory. Washington voters will choose many new statewide elected officials, none more important than governor. There are two highly qualified candidates in Democrat Jay Inslee, former Congressman, and Republican Attorney … Continue reading

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Mergers and Acquisitions

Selling your software or technology company is the most important transaction of your life, but also the most complicated. Done right, you might generate wealth for generations. Done wrong, it could be a disaster. Are you ready? If you want … Continue reading

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