#29 - An Essential Guide to Decoding Non-Accredited and Accredited Investors
Passive Income PilotsJuly 26, 2023x
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#29 - An Essential Guide to Decoding Non-Accredited and Accredited Investors

Today on Passive Income Pilots, Tait and Ryan delve into SEC rules and the key differences between 506B and 506C offerings. They explain what it takes to become an accredited investor and discuss the transformative impact of the JOBS Act of 2012. You'll learn about the investor accreditation process, including how to prove your status to operators and the benefits of using third-party verification companies. They also highlight the important role that attorneys, CPAs, and financial advisors play in validating accredited status. Enjoy the show!

Timestamped Show Notes

(00:00) Intro

(02:46) History of the regulation: Understanding its origins

(04:20) The JOBS Act: Key provisions and impact on investors

(05:22) Accredited investor: Definition and requirements

(09:15) Proving your accreditation: Steps and documentation needed

(12:47) What needs to be done if you're not accredited: Alternative investment options

(19:21) Your information is kept confidential: Privacy and security measures

(21:01) Outro

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