Anyone can invest at least $2,200 yearly — and accredited investors can invest more.
Investors that are not accredited may invest the greater of $2,200, or 5% of the greater of either their annual income or net worth if your net worth or annual income is less than $107,000. If your annual income and net worth are over $107,000, then your SEC limit is 10% of the greater of your annual income or net worth. Estimated limits are calculated for you based on the information on your Netcapital account.
Below is a table of a few examples of how much you can invest in a 4(a)(6) offering if you are not an accredited investor:
If you’d like to invest over these limits, you will need to verify that you are an accredited investor.
For more information, please see our article: "What is an accredited investor?"