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The 506(c) Offering Solution vs. the Old 506(b) Rule

Under Rule 506, issuers are able to claim an exemption regarding the requirement to register securities. The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted Regulation D, authorized by Title II of the JOBS Act, which created a new Rule 506(c). The new Rule 506(c) offering provisions went into effect in September 2013. The old Rule 506 is now referred to as Rule 506(b).

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How Small Companies Can Benefit from Title III of the Jobs Act

IPOs aren’t going anywhere, but gone are the days when only the companies big enough, and with pockets deep enough, could raise capital from everyday investors. Good IPO investment opportunities are often hard to get in on if demand is strong.

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3 Challenges of Entrepreneurship in Acquiring the Right Investors

Cash flow is often one of the major concerns of an entrepreneur, and at a certain point, the choice is to raise capital, or close up shop. But not just any capital, or type of capital, will do the trick. Look past the flashy invitation of the wrong type of investor waving dollar bills in your face if you want the best chance of future growth and success.

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