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Accredited Investor Definition

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    Accredited Investor Definition

    Here are the official rules the SEC has put in place to determine if you are an accredited investor. anyone who has:
    1. Earned income over $200,000 for an individual, or $300,000 with a spouse, in each of the two preceding years, and expects to do the same for the current year
    OR
    2. Net worth exceeding $1 million, alone or with a spouse, excluding your primary residence.
    Income rules -met consistently for 3 years either with a spouse or alone. It cannot be met 1 year with individual income, then the next 2 years with joint income, unless you got married that year.

    It's important to know the definition of an accredited investor since many alternative investments are restricted to only accredited investors.

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