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SEC “Bad Actor” Rules: Hard On Startups

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed new rules that will make it substantially more costly and difficult for startups and early stage companies to raise capital. These rules are designed to ensure that what they have labeled as … Continue reading

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The Veiled Dance of the Angel Offering

By Mitchell Hymowitz Much has been said about the technical process, business plan, and legal preparation that go into building a start-up company for an angel equity offering. It’s all true, and without it no offering would be successful. But … Continue reading

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Startup America Suggestion of the Day: Angel Investment Tax Credits (Installment 10)

Tax credits for angel investments are a great idea. Continue reading

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25% Federal Income Tax Credit For Investments In Qualified Small Businesses Proposed

Update: The text of Pryor’s bill (S.256) has been posted. You can find it here. ***** We are still waiting for the actual legislative text of this bill, and will post it when it becomes available. The American Opportunity Act … Continue reading

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What Type of Equity Incentive Should I Use?

Startups and emerging companies frequently have to answer this question. Continue reading

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