Risk of Investing
Creating a NextSeed Account
Debt Investments on NextSeed
Preferred Equity Investments on NextSeed
SAFE Investments on NextSeed
How a Regulation Crowdfunding Investment Works
How a Regulation D Investment Works
Choosing your Investment
Staying on Top of my Investments
Accredited Investors
Opportunity Zones and Qualified Opportunity Funds

Individual Investment Account

You can immediately invest by creating an individual NextSeed investment account.

Regulation Crowdfunding investment rules apply to each person individually, and therefore investments cannot be "gifted" or made in anyone else's name other than the account holder. Each individual’s investment limits are calculated based on the individual’s income and net worth. Even if you are an accredited investor, the investment limits still apply.

Joint calculation. Note that for married couples, the account holder may calculate annual income or net worth jointly by including the spouse’s income or assets. However, if income or assets are calculated jointly, only one spouse can use that calculation. The other spouse would then have an annual investment limit of the $2,200 minimum (having $0 income and $0 net worth).

Regulation D, Rule 506(c) investments can only be made by accredited investors, and there are no limits to how much you can invest unless an issuer imposes an investment cap. Before investing in these offerings, you will need to verify your accredited investor status after your initial account has been created. In your Investor Dashboard, you can submit your request for verification of your accredited investor status by going to Profile > Limits.

You can easily create a NextSeed Investment Account.