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SEC DEFINITIONS

REGULATION A

Regulation A is an exemption from registration under the Securities Act that allows companies to raise money from the public in securities offerings of up to $75 million. Regulation A allows companies to raise money under two different tiers.  Certain basic requirements apply to Tier 2 offerings, including company eligibility requirements, bad actor disqualification provisions, disclosure, and other matters.

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REGULATION D

United States Federal program created under the Securities Act of 1933, indoctrinated in 1982, allows companies to raise capital through the sale of equity or debt securities (private or public stock shares). It is designed to provide an exemption to sell securities in a private capital raise without registering the securities (any business transaction involving investors) and to provide the appropriate documentation for accepting and using capital.

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