And... The Bureaucrats Begin Spreading FUD About Crowdfunding

And... The Bureaucrats Begin Spreading FUD About Crowdfunding

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New We've been waiting patiently for quite some time now to see the SEC's "rules" for equity crowdfunding. As you hopefully recall, earlier this year, the JOBS Act became law, and one part of that was the legalization of certain forms of crowdfunding for equity (i.e., ownership of a company). You're...
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