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Regulation D: What Is It?
Regulation D is the most common method that startups use to raise money from investors without being required to register with the SEC. Using a Regulation D offering, businesses raise money faster by selling equity or debt securities while avoiding the complicated filing process and avoiding the cost of a public offering.
Regulation D contains three rules allowing exemption status:
“Seed capital” exemption: p
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Start-up companies often hope to attract employees and investors by offering them shares of stock in the company. There are several different types of stock, but the two most important are preferred stock and common stock. Founders and employees typically receive common stock. Investors usually receive preferred stock.
Companies may receive tax benefits if they issue both common and preferred stock.
What is Common Stock?
As the name suggests, common stock is the most common type of stock. When people think of "stocks," they are usually thinking of common stocks. Owners of common stock --
May be paid dividends, but that is not guaranteed
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How to Form an LLC in Georgia
A Limited Liability Company, or LLC, is a kind of business structure that is owned either by a single person or a group of people who shared limited liability in the business. Basically, by forming an LLC, their personal assets will not be affected in the event the LLC fails or is sued.
To form an LLC in Georgia, you have to start by creating a name. Your name must contain "LLC," "Limited Liability Company," "L.L.C.," "Limited Company," "LC," or "L.C." You may use abbreviations such as ‘Ltd,&rsqu
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What are Representations and Warranties?
Representations and warranties in business contracts provide facts (representations) and security against loss (warranties) if the statements made are not true. Representations and warranties may also be shortened to "represents and warrants" in a contract.
If the representation in the contract is found to be false, it is called "inaccurate," while a false warranty is considered breached. Representations always refer to past information, as it is impossible for a company or individual to present future information as factual.
Every contract between two parties includes representations and warranties. For example, if you decide to go to an auto dealership to buy a car, you would enter this tran
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Non-qualified stock options give you an alternative way of compensating employees. They also give employees a sense of ownership that builds loyalty and encourages them to work harder.
Non-Qualified Stock Options: What Are They?
Grant date: The date when the employee receives the option to buy the stock.
Exercise price: The pri