SEC Proposes Conditional Exemption for Finders Assisting Small Businesses with Capital Raising

One of the biggest changes the SEC has implemented is the legality of “finders” receiving commissions or payments for brokering deals and introducing investors to issuers, syndicators, developers, etc. Before this change, only broker-dealers were allowed to receive compensation for such deals.

With the new changes, these finders can now legally receive these commissions and other transaction-based compensation from issuers.

The ability to legally monetize your connections is something many have been waiting for for quite a long time!

Exempt private offerings have traditionally served an important role in providing capital for smaller and medium-sized companies, often along their path to the public markets.

Overview of Amended Capital-Raising Exemptions

Fresno Capital Formation believes this change will allow Reg CF will increase from current limits 1.07M to 5M

Regulation A Crowdfunding will increase from 50M to 75M

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African-American Entrepreneur that's a licensed registered return tax preparer, multi-state insurance & finance agent that developed an Innovative Finance Tax Advance Mobile Payments "Fin-TAMP" Loan App tailored to the black community to Revolutionize the Tax Industry in response to the coronavirus pandemic which will redefine tax industry for better and make Economic Impact Stimulus Payments and tax returns simpler for American taxpayers. —

Fresno, CA — Good news for Americans struggling with income tax returns given the recent changes in the tax laws with the enactment of The PATH ACT and the Global Coronavirus Pandemic.