SEC FORM SB-1
SEC Form SB-1 is also referred to as the Registration Statement for Securities to be Sold to the Public by Certain Small Business Issuers. This means that SEC Form SB-1 is a filing mandated for issuers whose revenues are less than $25 million under the Securities and Exchange Commission. SEC Form SB-1 allows issuers to issue up to $10 million worth of securities with the condition that the company doesn’t already have an existing $10 million worth of shares or more in the last 12 months. Also, the total amount of shares must not exceed $25 million. SEC Form SB-1 may be considered as a simplified version of SEC Form S-1.
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