The JOBS Act: Crowdfunding for Small Businesses and Startups (Book)

The JOBS Act: Crowdfunding for Small Businesses and Startups provides useable information and insight on the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act. The book shows how the Act helps those seeking to finance a start up.
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Aug. 29, 2012 - PRLog -- The JOBS Act: Crowdfunding for Small Businesses and Startups is for people who are wondering how the JOBS Act can help them finance their dreams, for the small business executive seeking capital, for the community development executive seeking to finance community businesses, and for executives at large companies wondering about the impact the Act might have on their firm.

The JOBS Act: Crowdfunding for Small Businesses and Startups is an excellent book for people who want to understand the nuts and bolts of the exciting new business opportunities likely to be generated by the Act. To order, please go to:

Whats in the Book?
•   What is the JOBS Act? Who wrote it and why is it needed?
•   What is Crowdfunding? What is a Crowdfunding Platform? What is an Emerging Growth Company?
•   What are the risks of Crowdfunding? What are the potential rewards?
•   Dealing with Crowdfunding platforms and companies.
•   Women and minority owned firms: New capital raising opportunity?
•   How to invest. How to make investments.

About the Author

William Michael Cunningham is a hard working, unusually creative economist, investment advisor, researcher and social investing policy analyst. He researches, evaluates, develops and creates specific Socially Responsible Investments. On December 22, 2003 and February 6, 2006, he warned the SEC that statistical models he created using the Fully Adjusted Return® Methodology signaled the possibility of system-wide economic and market failure.

He works with pension fund trustees, investment managers, community activists, government agencies and financial industry organizations to create and implement social and community investing initiatives.

Mr. Cunningham has testified before the Ways and Means and Financial Services Committees of the U.S. House of Representatives. In an October 1998 petition to the United States Court of Appeals he opposed the elimination of Glass–Steagall, citing evidence that growing financial market malfeasance greatly reduced the safety and soundness of large financial institutions.

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