Regulation D Rule 506(b)

The key differences between Rule 506(b) and Rule 506(c) are that in (b)

1.            You cannot advertise.

2.            You must have a prior relationship with the investor before you can speak to them and provide them with your Offering Memorandum.

3.            You can accept up to 35 non-accredited investors and an unlimited number of accredited investors. However, you should note that when filing your Form D you will be asked if you will be accepting money from non-accredited persons and if "yes" you offering will receive closer scrutiny. See Rule 506(c) Offerings explanation for differences. 

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