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Are you really required to create a business plan?



 Sean Hackney didn't have the intention of starting a business when he began to create a business plan. Hackney created a plan in order to acquire Red Bull North America Inc.'s former employer. Hackney's father, a ex- Red Bull managing Director, was not thrilled by the plan and told him to show it to Pepsi or Coke. He recalled: "Start your business and we'll help you get it off the ground with you."



 It was 2000. Today, the 40year-old co-founder and co-owner of Roaring Lion Energy Drink (a Sun Valley, California company worth $6.2 millions) is also co-founding the company. "We've developed the business from a $62,000 investment to the number. Hackney stated that 2 energy drinks can be found in bars, nightclubs and in restaurants. Hackney and his co-managers, and investors currently employ 32 people. Hackney wrote numerous revisions of his business plan. Today, a continuously updated marketing plan guides Hackney. The process of writing the business plan, Hackney says, was "absolutely" worth the effort. Hackney: "I had a lot more in my brain that had to be put on the paper."




 Direct EB-5 Capital can be a lucrative opportunity for business owners



 Since 1990, U.S. businesses have had access to a reliable source of capital via the immigrant investor program EB-5. This program permits foreign investors that meet certain requirements to obtain permanent U.S. residency. The EB-5 program offers funds at lower rates than the market and are utilized to aid in the development of commerce across many sectors. A large number of foreign citizens are willing to provide to the EB-5 program with capital. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, which oversees this investment sector ensures that all EB-5 investors and business owners abide by all regulations. As the director, founder and chief executive officer of a well-known agency for EB-5 I have assisted many people access capital and comply with USCIS regulations.



 Investment guidelines


 One of the primary goals of the EB-5 investment program is to combat unemployment by creating new jobs. Every investment must create at least 10 jobs for U.S. workers who are eligible, and must be at least two years in duration.



 The EB-5 program gives foreign citizens two options: direct and regional center-sponsored projects. The latter model allows the investment of capital through the intermediation and administration of an economic entity referred to as a regional centre. Regional center projects have more flexible employment criteria than direct projects. The difference is that, although direct EB-5 investment is limited to jobs on company payrolls Regional center investors can include induced jobs and indirect employment -- that is, any job resulted from the spending of the EB-5 program and its employees within the locality.



 The main distinction between regional center EB-5 and direct investment is that the latter requires periodic government reauthorization. As of October, this article was written, the EB-5 Regional Center Program had expired on June 30, 2020. So, currently the majority of EB-5 investment must be made directly. On June 22, however, the minimum EB-5 investments threshold was lowered at $500,000 for targeted areas (TEA) as well as businesses, and $1,000,000 for businesses that are not TEAs. A TEA is an area of high unemployment or rural that requires economic expansion. Consequently, many more foreigners can invest directly in EB-5.



 1. An organization structure that is suitable


 Direct EB-5 projects require that the NCE (new commercial enterprise) be identical to the JCE (job-creating entity). NCEs must be able create at minimum 10 jobs per investor. You must have equity investment rights for your company. Direct investors can also invest in a subsidiary owned completely by the parent firm.



 2. Using at-risk EB-5 funds


 USCIS requires that all investors in EB-5 be able to realize gains or losses. That means any direct investment capital cannot be rescinded, and that there are no guarantees as to how the investment is returned. The right to repay under a contract is not permitted.



 3. Possibility of employment creation


 As previously stated, each EB-5 investment has to create at least 10 jobs for each investor. When completing Form I-829, investors need to prove to USCIS that their capital was used to hire U.S. workers; therefore it is essential to keep detailed employment records. Foreign nationals are more inclined to invest in EB-5 projects that create more than 10 new jobs per investor. This is to allow for the possibility of contingencies.

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 4. A credible business plan


 USCIS approval is possible if you submit a detailed business plan that outlines the company's operations and how you will comply with EB-5 regulations. It is especially important to use credible evidence (such as third-party financial analysis) to prove that you can create the required amount of jobs. The plan should include the descriptions of each job and a schedule for hiring, and an employee schedule.





 5. This is a viable business type


 EB-5 projects are allowed to operate in almost any industry as long as they are legal. However, certain types of investments are better for certain industries to certain industries than others. For instance, smaller businesses have fewer investors to invest in and thus have smaller jobs creation requirements. (Many direct investors choose businesses that are in the retail, restaurant trade, and wholesale industries.)

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 If your business can satisfy the above requirements and requirements, it could be able to get direct EB5 investment funds. Even though obtaining them is a complex procedure which requires careful planning and coordination it can be more than worthwhile.