Cleaning Up Past Offerings to Investors

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Many offerings to investors require that forms be filed with one or more securities agencies within 15 days of the first sale. Still, even if the forms were not filed on time, it’s often possible to file them even though they are late. Filing late – even when a long time has passed – is much better than not making the filings at all.

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