Articles Tagged - Investments

Real Estate Crowdfunding: Is this Option the Right Choice for Your Business?

By Wiss, Posted in Real Estate

By Darin Valentine Until recently, developers seeking financing for a hotel, office building, or other project had two primary options to obtain most of the funding for their project: Take out an interest-bearing loan, or find a large investor willing to fund the project in exchange for significant equity. But in 2012, a new law opened the door to another source of real estate financing — crowdfunding. Real estate crowdfunding allows developers to tap into a larger pool of investors, anywhere from a... read more.

Accounting and Finance: A Forbidden Love

By Wiss, Posted in Accounting and Auditing

By Connor Doyle Accounting, our Romeo, and Finance, our Juliet. Two houses, both alike in dignity, in fair New York City, where we lay our scene, from ancient bond break to new maturity, where credit balance makes cash on hand burst seams. Accounting and finance, though both safely under the business umbrella, are divergent in ideology. Finance wants to spend and raise money for the future of a business while accounting wants to keep track of all that has happened in the past. But, both often use informati... read more.

3 Reasons Why It's Important to Understand Your Cap Table

By Wiss, Posted in Emerging Companies

By Ryan S. Silva Very often some of the most promising early stage growth companies find themselves challenged when asked about their cap table. Simply put, the cap table should list all the securities of the company (i.e., stock options, warrants, convertible debt, SAFE, etc.) and who owns them. This isn’t difficult when it’s just a few people, but as the capital structure becomes more complex from financing transactions, the cap table usually does as well. This is generally because some of th... read more.