HOW ACCREDITED INVESTORS “QUALIFY” TO
INVEST IN FRANCAP CORPORATION
The SEC Provides That Accredited Investors are able to invest money directly into the lucrative world of venture capital and private placements if they can prove they meet the requirements of the SEC.
The Due Diligence (Submission Of Proof) Process: Individuals can base their qualifications on annual income by submission of their tax returns or W-2 forms that provide proof of wages, or otherwise, providing letters from reviews by CPAs, tax attorneys, investment brokers or advisors.
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