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Includes everything you need to start raising capital today:

3. The Development Capital Producer™
(Regulation D Rule 506 (c) JOBS Act 2012 Ready) Securities
Offering Document Software Templates.

Securities Offering Document Software Templates. These simple to use templates allow you to quickly produce your securities offering document by copying and pasting sections of your business plan into one of the selected templates. Written to comply with Regulation D Rule 504, 506(b) & 506(c).

Note: it would take approximately 30 to 60 days and cost at least $35,000 to $75,000 to outsource the production of these mandatory documents.

  1.   The (Regulation A) Securities Offering Document Software Templates. These simple to use templates allow you to quickly produce your securities offering document by copying and pasting sections of your business plan into one of the selected templates.

Note: it would normally cost $75,000 to $100,000 to outsource the production of these mandatory documents.

  1.   Access to the Commonwealth Capital Club. A private, password protected area that contains the following:
    •  Accredited Capital Sources, which allows you to expose your securities offering(s) to the maximum amount of investors possible. Once inside, you can access online, up-to-date portals containing tens of thousands of accredited “angel” and institutional investor. These portals have been filtered to include investors who have specifically stated that they are looking to fund start-up and early-stage companies. This valuable resource enables you to quickly, easily, and inexpensively offer securities for your start-up or early-stage Company directly to as many qualified investors as possible. This inherently increases your probability of success to the highest degree possible.
    • Financial Architect System™ Tutorials
    • Tips on how to successfully compete against financial institutions for individual investor capital
    • Regulatory information to ensure compliance with federal and state(s) securities laws, rules, and regulations

This portion of the Financial Architect System™ includes six “deal” structure templates to choose from. The six different Deal Structure Templates consist of the following:

  1.   Seed Capital Convertible Bridge Notes. The most appropriate and attractive hybrid security to raise Seed Capital from your current friends and family, by using debt and equity in combination with one another;
  2.    Convertible Participating Preferred Equity. This is an exceptional hybrid security to raise substantial amounts of Development Capital. These Templates are built for Regulation D Rule 504 or 506 (b) for private offerings, or Rule 506 (c) for a limited public offering to accredited investors only. It consists of a convertible participating preferred equity security that has a stated dividend, participates in a percentage of Net Income, and is “callable,” thereby making this a temporary form of equity—if you, the issuer, deem it to be so.
  3.   Common Equity. This deal structure is to be used if you simply want to sell equity in your Company;
  4.   Notes or Bonds. This deal structure is to be used when selling notes or bonds in your Company;
  5.   Preferred Shares. A great hybrid security to raise substantial amounts of Expansion Capital with a Regulation A—limited public offering. It consists of an equity security that has a stated dividend and a Call Date only; and
  6.   Common Equity with Bank Debt. This template is primarily used for Development and/or Expansion Capital. It is a traditional equity offering with the use of bank debt as leverage to supplement your total capitalization needs.

Each Deal Structure Template includes the forms 1-A & 2-A to qualify your Company’s securities for registration, thereby allowing your Company to raise up from $5,000,000 (Regulation A: Tier 1) to $50,000,000 (Regulation A: Tier 2) in a 12-month period.

These strategies do not require your Company to become a SEC reporting company, nor does it constitute an Initial Public Offering or establish a liquid market for any of your Company’s securities. However, this strategy does enable your Company to use general solicitation as a means of attracting additional investors. Regulation D Rule 506, Rule 506 (c), & Regulation A processes simply allow for a public offering of a private entity’s securities. Thus, the Financial Architect System™ equips you with all of the necessary tools to compete directly with financial institutions for individual investor capital.

Note: Regulation A offerings should be used by those who have previously conducted a Regulation D offering to raise Seed and or Development Capital. Regulation A offerings involve pre-filing at the SEC and state levels, which take time, money, and a qualified legal counsel that understands the process. Proceeds from Regulation A offerings will most likely need to be escrowed to a minimum amount —making it a good way to raise Expansion Capital for growing companies, but not necessarily for raising Seed and or Development Capital for start-up companies.

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