Investor Limits

Investors Subject to Limits

The maximum amount you are permitted to invest if you are a non-accredited investor is determined by your net worth and yearly income.

If either your annual income or your net worth is less than $124,000, you may invest up to the greater of $2,500 or 5% of the higher of your annual income or net worth during any 12-month period.

You may invest up to 10% of your annual income or net worth, whichever is larger and does not exceed $124,000, in any 12-month period if both your net worth and annual income are equal to or more than $124,000.

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Spouses are allowed to calculate their net worth and annual income jointly. This chart illustrates a few examples of the investment limits:

Investor Limits