Entrepreneurs should remember that there will be costs associated with running a crowdfunding campaign, writes Bob Carbone, CEO of CrowdBouncer and board member of the CrowdFund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates. Before beginning the campaign, for example, a business may need to prepare key documents. During the campaign, business owners will need to pay the crowdfunding portal and handle certain compliance costs. In addition, entrepreneurs should be ready to pay for accounting and legal services after the campaign has ended.
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