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PODCAST: How will Jobs Act 5-Year Ann...

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RegAMoney.com: (view press release) One of the main reasons that’s making the “Reg.A Money Show” such an important source of Regulation A+ information is the ability for listeners to submit their own questions to the show and get factual, real-world answers. In part 1 of this podcast, we tackle an interesting question from a listener […]

PODCAST: How to Determine a Regulatio...

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RegAMoney.com: (view press release) As Regulation A+ becomes more “mainstream” as an equity crowdfunding vehicle to raise money by accessing capital markets, we’re seeing more companies get interested in started their own Reg.A+ offering – and we’re also seeing more investors asking about how to get involved with these offerings and which ones make for […]

House Financial Services Committee to...

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Regulation A+ has been getting a lot of good publicity lately as many companies are moving forward with their offerings and more and more are looking at Reg.A+ as a result. These Regulation A+ offerings created under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act of 2012 (JOBS Act) and qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission […]

SEC Issues Additional Regulation A+ O...

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Since Regulation A+ took effect on June 19th, 2015, its usage has been on a continual upward path of motion. We saw the power of this crowdfunding vehicle from day one and on one of our initial posts to IPOtogo, we even called it a “game changer”! In fact, that’s also the reason we decided […]

PODCAST: The Importance and Role of t...

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RegAMoney.com: (View Press Release) Every Regulation A+ Offering must be qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). But what does that actually mean and what are the steps necessary to making this happen? Working with the SEC is such an important component to maneuver with – and as you can imagine, the process does […]

How the New Compliance and Disclosure...

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The Securities and Exchange Commission recently issued new compliance and disclosure information with respect to Regulation A+ equity crowdfunding, which include amendments to increase the amount of money companies can raise through crowdfunding among many others. The four main points regarding Regulation A+ are very technical and include the following: 1) Item 182.16: The SEC […]

PODCAST: How to Qualify Your Regulati...

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RegAMoney.com (view press release here): As all Regulation A+ issuers know (or should know), every Reg.A+ Offering must be qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). That process does not happen overnight as there are plenty of moving parts and steps that issuers must go through, which is why many issuers work with industry […]

Are Regulation A+ Offerings Getting Q...

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By now, we all realize that Regulation A+ equity offerings serve as a real option for companies considering going with a traditional IPO to eventually lead to a listing on an exchange. With Reg.A+, the upper limit for a Tier 2 Reg.A+ offering is $50 million per company per year. That’s a substantial amount of […]

PODCAST: SEC Lawyer Provides Essentia...

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RegAMoney.com: (view press release) If you’re a regular listener to the Reg.A Money Show, you’ll know we prefer Tier 2 Regulation A+ offerings over the Tier 1 option. There are a variety of reasons why, but it’s nice when our take on the Regulation A+ equity crowdfunding offerings coincides with that of law professionals specializing […]

Are Regulation A+ Offerings the Real ...

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Back on June 19th, 2015, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved an amendment to Regulation A which allowed companies to raise up to $50 million dollars in capital in a 12-month time-frame. Dubbed by many a “mini-IPO” or an “IPOtogo”, the newly termed Reg.A+ was significant because it allows these companies to raise […]