With Title III now in effect, average individuals can now invest in small businesses and startups – something that had previously been limited to only accredited investors. Why should you consider investing in an equity crowdfunding campaign? What are the benefits? Read More
In our recent post, How You Can Start Investing in Startup Companies, we talked through some of the highlights of the JOBS Act and how you, as an average individual, get started building a portfolio of micro investments in small businesses and startups. Now that you have that down and begin making your first investments, here are some things you should know about equity crowdfunding:
As of May 16th, the American JOBS Act took effect and the rules of startup funding changed. The act, designed to help increase the flow of capital to stimulate economic and job growth, now allows average Americans to make small investments in promising ventures.