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Title IIAccess to Capital for Job Creators

To sell securities legally in the United States, the company offering them must register the securities with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. All information concerning the offering has to be presented to investors via a prospectus. A company can bypass this registration requirement via the use of a limited number of exemptions.

Section 201 of the JOBS Act relaxes rules governing how funds can be raised using one of the most important exemptions, Regulation D. Under two Regulation D rules, 505 and 506, exemptions from certain parts of the registration requirements are allowed for companies ...

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