Why do investors need to provide documents for 506(c) offerings?
Companies that offer Regulation D securities under rule 506(c) in the United States are required to take reasonable steps to verify your accredited investor status. Reviewing an investor's net worth and annual income satisfies this requirement.
Who sees the documents I upload?
A verifier will review any documents and confirm to the company that you meet the requirements–the company will not have access to any documents you upload. The personal documents you’ll share are only used for accreditation purposes.
Uploading the standard template letter
Instead of uploading personal documents, it’s recommended that users seek one of these professionals to review their personal documents and complete this standard template letter:
- Investment Advisor
What do these documents show?
The documents you’ll upload to our secure platform, or share with a licensed professional, show your net worth and/or annual income, which satisfy the requirement for accredited investor status.
Net Worth Qualification
These common documents show net worth:
- Bank Statement
Annual Income qualification
These common documents, along with other government documents that support your income qualification from the past 2 years, show your annual income:
- Tax returns
- W2 forms