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  1. has earned income of at least $200,000 per year (or $300,000 for couples) in each of the last two years and expect to reasonably maintain the same level of income for the current year; OR
  2. has a net worth exceeding $1 million (not including my primary residence), either individually or jointly with spouse.
  1. Charities, Business Trusts and Partnerships- To meet this test as a charitable organization, you must qualify under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Otherwise, you must be a corporation, partnership or business trust in order to qualify. In any case: Your organization must have total assets exceeding $5 million.
  2. Employee Benefits Plans- To qualify, you must meet at least one qualifying condition for employee benefits plans as specified in Regulation D Rule 501(a).
  3. Personal Trusts- Your trust must have at least $5 million in assets. The investment manager must be a sophisticated person according to the definition found in the 1933 Act.
  4. SEC-Registered Organizations, Small Business Investment Companies, Insurance Companies and Bank- Each of these institutions is defined in applicable state or federal law, and must be licensed or supervised by a federal or state examining authority.
  5. An Organization Owned Entirely by Accredited Investors

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  2. You understand that no offer is being made to you with respect to purchasing private placements. Such offers can only be made in the offering document or private placement memorandum
  3. You understand that investing in private placements involves significant risks, including, but not limited to potential loss of investment, lack of liquidity, limited information about potential investments, and higher fees
  4. You are under no obligation to invest