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The Crowdfunding Task & Action Plan™ provides a placeholder and calendar for you to create a step by step plan with timelines for launching and running a successful and compliant campaign.

What is Crowdfund Investing

What Is CrowdfundingCrowdfund Investing is where entrepreneurs showcase their business and investment opportunity on a funding portal or with a broker dealer to millions of average Americans (who are now the new crowdfund investors) by uploading a crowdfunding pitch video, photos, a compelling story and supporting documents. People who have registered to invest can invest in debt or equity in exchange for shares in their business.

Crowdfunding uses your social networks and other contacts to grow fans and followers who may someday become your investors. Crowdfunding has an added bonus. Aside from raising capital you also get to build a loyal and dedicated fanbase of customers, following you, supporting you and helping you to succeed.

With the signing of the JOBS Act you will soon be able to launch a securities based Crowdfunding campaign as long as you meet the required disclosure.

Required Disclosure

SEC Reporting & Registration Requirements for Entrepreneurs

The JOBS Act imposes certain requirements for companies seeking to utilize the crowdfunding exemption.

Important: If you treat this process lightly and are not prepared on time, once its legal to launch on Funding Portals or with other Intermediaries, you will play catch up with the reporting and disclosure process, delaying your ability to potentially raise capital from the crowd and get funded faster!

Companies must file with the SEC, the Intermediary, and all potential investors a complete and accurate disclosure document that will include at a minimum the following information:

Use the different sections & tools in the Crowdfundingroadmap to help you compile & store this wealth of information so you’ll be ready ahead of time.

  • Registration & Incorporation in the U.S. including Name, legal status, address, website and other personal & company information.
  • Names of directors, officers, and 20% stockholders
  • A description of the business and the anticipated business plan of the issuer.
  • Prior year tax returns.
  • Financial statements.
  • Financial statements of the issuer, must be certified by the principal executive officer of the issuer to be true and complete in all material respects.
  • If you are raising more than $100,000, but not more than $500,000, financial statements must be reviewed by a public accountant who is independent of the issuer, using professional standards and procedures established by the SEC.
  • If you are raising more than $500,000 (or such other amount as the SEC may establish), you will need audited financial statements.
  • Description of intended use of raised capital & proceeds.
  • Target offering amount, deadline, and regular progress updates through the life of the offering.
  • Share price and methodology for determining the price.
  • A description of the ownership and capital structure of the issuer, including comprehensive details about the terms of the securities being sold.
  • The terms of any other outstanding securities of the company, including a summary of the differences between them.

And such other information as the Commission may, by rule, prescribe, for the protection of investors and in the public interest.

Building a crowd

Building A CrowdAs you can see Crowdfunding isn’t easy. It takes a lot of planning, there is a lot of work before, during and after your crowdfunding campaign, and there is no guarantee you’ll be successful. But we know all too well how true that is, pursuing capital from either a bank, a venture capitalist, or an angel investor. Just look at all of the millions of people who have spent countless years and thousands of dollars they could not afford chasing money they will never get. It’s your choice, but if you don’t try it, you’ll never know.

The key to running any successful business is to foresee any risks and plan ways to eliminate or minimize them.

Do your homework, figure out what your costs are before you launch your crowdfunding campaign, and this way you’ll be able to adjust your goals to know how much you need to raise in order to finance all your expenses including the cost of running your campaign.

Build social capital and start right away. Securities based Crowdfunding is typically a 30-60 day major promotions and marketing process, 24/7 on a massive scale, using the Internet and registered funding portals or broker dealers. Of course it’s going to be a lot of work – most things in business are, but our Crowdfundingroadmap technology is here to help.

If you put in the time, effort and energy completing the required disclosures in the crowdfund report and building enough access to potential investors you’ll increase your chances to reap great rewards for all of your hard work.

The Crowdfunding Task & Action Plan™ provides a placeholder and calendar for you to create a step by step plan with timelines for launching and running a successful and compliant campaign.

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