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Unaccredited investors can invest up to 10% of their annual income or net worth. To protect investors, the SEC is requiring semi-annual reporting similar to SEC filers. BizCFO experts have your back to meet these requirements.
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Get ready for the requirements of Title III of the JOBS Act. One study showed 68% of tech based companies fail within four years, sometimes due to lack of funding. Get your accounting in order so you are ready for equity crowdfunding when it is passed into law.
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Anyone involved in Regulation A, and more specifically Tier II of Regulation A, known as Reg A+ has been asking questions about certain aspects of the regulation, and it’s process that weren’t clearly and explicitly outlined in the final rules. To the SEC’s credit, they have come out very quickly and started answering questions through[…]
On June 19, 2015, the new rules related to raising capital under Regulation A added into law. Tier II of Regulation A, which was made possible by Title IV of the JOBS Act, is better known as Reg A+ and sometimes referred to as “Equity crowdfunding” or “IPO-Lite”. Reg A+ is expected to have a[…]
Reg A+ is officially set to go on June 19, 2015. So what should you expect? There is no doubt in our mind that when Reg A+ gets going, there will be a lot of activity around it, but on June 19th, don’t expect too much. What is often overlooked with Reg A+ is that[…]
How much does it cost to acquire customers? What if it didn’t cost a dime? What if the customer actually paid you to acquire them? That would be too good to be true right? Well, what most people don’t realize about Reg A+ is that it should be used as both a method for funding[…]
Reg A+ dubbed the “mini-IPO” is going to be in effect in 10 days. The success of Reg A+ and the amount it is used is up for debate. If you scan the internet looking for information you will find blogs singing its praises and others are saying why it won’t and can’t be successful. […]
While Title III of the JOBS Act is yet to be passed into law, Title IV or the JOBS Act has, which paved the way for amendments to Regulation A. Regulation A as amended, has provided for two tiers. Tier I has historically been little used because of state blue-sky requirements. The new Tier II,[…]
At BizCFO, we can assist our clients in setting up a virtual accounting office. Change is the hardest thing to do, but it can also be the most rewarding. If you are interested in setting up a virtual accounting department, contact BizCFO today!
If you thought the process of navigating auditing standards was a painful process, you are not alone. The PCAOB has started taking steps towards re-organizing auditing standards, aiming to make navigating standards a less painful process and more in line with the workings of an audit. So what does this mean for auditors and their[…]
Public companies are becoming much more integrated with social media, and so should you. Last July, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced on his personal Facebook page information relevant to the company that had not previously been reported. The SEC has since reported that companies may release information on social media, so long as investors are[…]
Tax season is over and the inevitable question is…what do I do with all the paper I have been collecting the past three months? The best answer is, keep a file with just tax information. The IRS is only allowed to review your return for three years after it was filed, assuming they are not[…]
Here are three services that will revolutionize accounting over the next ten years. 1. Bill.com (www.bill.com) – Bill.com takes over your payable and receivable functions in a cloud setting. Bill.com is billed as the “No-check” CEO software. Why…because you can pay vendors by check, ePayment, or PayPal without ever touching a piece of paper. Bill.com[…]