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What is Asset Protection?

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Types of Trusts

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Crowdfunding Update- SEC Adopts New Rules for Investments under Reg A+

Crowdfunding is going to continue to explode in the near future. On March 25, 2015, the SEC adopted new rules to implement the provisions of the JOBS Act and Regulation A surrounding raising capital up to $50 million by smaller companies and, most likely, raise that money online on their websites or through social media. (The rules don’t go into effect until 60 days after they are published in the Federal Register and here is a copy of the rules and the SEC Press Release). The new changes have been called “Regulation A+” and hailed by many as significant improvements in giving smaller companies more access to capital.

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“I didn’t realize an email or downloading an app could be an enforceable contract”

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Once at a startup, how if at all can an employee increase his/her options or total equity ownership?

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Facebook shows lots of cash and revenue, high valuation

In Facebook’s S-1 registration statement, the most recent rounds of funding over the last year or so were sold at a price of $20.85 per share of Series A common stock. This places the valuation used for those raises somewhere in the neighborhood of making...

Facebook Files $5B S-1 Registration Statement (Ticker: FB)

Today, as was much anticipated, Facebook filed its S-1 registration statement with the SEC. Their proposed ticker symbol for trading is requested to be “FB”. For a link to the actual S-1 filing, click here.The filing is for a public sale of up to an...

TARP will continue to haunt taxpayers

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