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Why do you recommend Convertible note?

Why do you not recommend Convertible note?

Convertible notes are a form of debt that converts into equity given a certain trigger, usually a second round of financing.

Very cheap

Legal fees for convertible notes are usually very cheap and can be done for under $5,000.

Variable pricing

The biggest advantage to convertible notes is the ability to easily give different investors different prices. This provides two very important benef...

When Uncapped the Interests of Investors and Entrepreneurs Become Misaligned

When there is no cap on a convertible note the Founders want to delay the next round of financing as much as possible to maximise the valuation and t...

Why do you recommend Series Seed?

Why do you not recommend Series Seed?

Equity rounds result in an investor being issued stock in exchange for money at a given valuation. In a nutshell, the investors will agree to a sing...


From Series Seed Documents are only 30 pages in the aggregate so that an entrepreneur can read and understand them without devoti...


The series seed documents are standardized and publicly available, so there are no hidden terms to bite either the investors or the founders.Equity d...

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Why do you recommend Convertible Equity?

Why do you not recommend Convertible Equity?

Convertible equity is a form of early-stage bridge funding that allows a startup to sell to investors a form of equity security that in many ways res...

Helps Investors Gain Tax Benefits

Convertible equity financings will help Angel investors reap tax benefits through capital gains discounts.

Doesn't place the Startup in Debt

Convertible notes place a Startup in legal debt. This has three primary problems: When the Convertible notes maturity date is reached, investors...

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