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ACCREDITED INVESTOR

Definition
An accredited investor is a person or business that is authorized to buy and sell securities without being registered through the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) 

Why It's Important
An accredited investor can invest in a variety of unregistered investments such as hedge funds, venture capital, and private equity opportunities.  But, of course, this status is not open to everyone.  In order to gain the status of accredited investor, you have to meet two different criteria:

  1. The individual must have earned income exceeding $200,000 or $300,000 when combined with a spouse during each of the past two years with the expectation that it will continue.
  2. The net worth of the individual or couple must exceed $1 million (excluding the primary residence)


​Now, as I said before, it doesn't have to be individuals.  It could be a trust or any entity that meets the requirements.  

Eventually, I want to become an accredited investor!  All in due time!

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