My corporation is four days old. I put in $ 10k of seed money and have spent about $ 500 on various bureaucratic overhead costs (incorporation, notarization, etc). I am the only owner, and there are no employees. That's it, the sum total of the financial history of the organization.
Now I want to use a crowd investing platform to seek small investments from the public, and one of the requirements is to provide "financials for the two most recent fiscal years" and a "signed CPA review statement".
So far I'm finding CPAs who want to charge as much for this as they would charge a multi-million dollar corporation with years of records and complex corporate structure.
Are there avenues for meeting this requirement that would be more appropriate for my situation that I might be overlooking?
Cross-border financial transactions are a major headache for individuals and large companies alike, who often have to deal with long wait times and high fees in order to send money to recipients in other countries. EMQ, a Hong Kong-based startup that develops network infrastructure to make international payments faster, announced today that it has raised a $ 20 million Series B led by WI Harper Group.
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