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Early Stage, Step 9: Raising capital in the securities landscape

Editor's note: This is the ninth in a series of articles on developing start-up companies in the technology or biotechnology sectors. The most recent article focused on worker classification.

Madison, Wis. - The idea is developed. Lawyers and accountants are on board. The intellectual property has been protected. The entity is formed. The name ......

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Notwithstanding the fact that you are raising money from family and friends, the new company must provide adequate disclosure. Adequate disclosure amounts to: financial statements for the new company, including past, current......

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This is just the beginning on securities laws. Next time, I will delve further into them, including discussions on the federal laws.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Boucher 03/29/07


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1. Early Stage: Step 11 - Other forms of finance
2. Early Stage 10: The nuances of federal laws
3. Early Stage, Step 8: Misclassifying workers brings risk
4. Early Stage 7, Part I: Just what is an employee?
5. Early Stage: Step 6 - Taxes, taxes, taxes!
6. Early Stage: Step 5 - Forming the entity
7. Early Stage, Step 4: Cautionary trademark tales
8. Early Stage, Step 3: Naming the entity
9. Early-stage quality brings investment, Meier says
10. Early-stage executives hear from investors
11. Early Stage Step 2: Choosing a domain name
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