Fundify is a tech-driven equity crowdfunding marketplace that enables anyone to invest in next-gen startups alongside industry experts who review and comment on investment opportunities. Low minimums. Accredited and nonaccredited investors.
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This industry agnostic marketplace makes it simple for investors to find a variety of early stage deals with low deal minimums -- sometimes as low as $10 depending on the startup. Deals are open to accredited and nonaccredited investors.
Investors can join Fundify for free with no obligation. You can review deals and company information for due diligence, ask questions directly to the founders and invest easily when you're ready. Investments can be funded by ACH from a U.S. bank, wire transfer, credit card (for amounts under $20k) or a self-directed IRA. There are currently no fees for investors.
Things to Know
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Term of investment
Access early-stage deals, previously wealth-only
Fundify: easy cross-industry investment
Accessible to all, low minimums per deal
See inside MoneyMade’s 6-figure multi-asset portfolio
How you make money
Through equity crowdfunding, investors have the opportunity for financial gain if the startup achieves a successful exit, such as an IPO, acquisition or certain follow-on funding.
How Fundify makes money
Fundify uses a success-based model where they receive 6% of the raise in cash and 1.5% of the raise in equity from the startup. If a campaign does not meet its minimum raise target, Fundify does not charge a fee.
Is it safe?
As with any startup investment, there is no guarantee that the startup will achieve a successful exit, or that you will see any return on your money.
How You’re Taxed
Profits earned from investing in startups are taxed like stocks. Investors are subject to short-term capital gains when selling investments held for less than a year, which are taxed at ordinary income tax rates. Long-term capital gains are applicable when investments are held for a year or more with tax rates ranging from 0% to 20%, depending on your total taxable income.
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