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Colorado – a great place to raise capital!

Colorado has two exemptions from the general requirement that securities offerings must be registered that can be useful for social enterprises. First, a cooperative formed under the law of any state that sells securities to its members in Colorado is exempt from the Colorado registration requirement.  (Note that it will still be necessary to qualify […]

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Using the SCOR form to raise up to a million dollars from the public

Before a company can solicit investments from the public, it must register the offering in the states where the offering will be made (and must also complete federal securities compliance).  Most states in the United States accept the SCOR (also known as U-7) form as fulfilling this state level registration requirement.  The SCOR form was […]

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The Dual Nature of Rule 504

Rule 504 is known as an exemption from the requirement of federal registration of a securities offering under Regulation D. In its more familiar incarnation, it is an exemption that allows a company to offer up to $1 million in a private placement (assuming state law compliance) – which means that the company cannot do […]

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