In March of 2015 the SEC passed Regulation A+ to take effect in June, allowing unaccredited investors to participate in Crowdfunding. Under Regulation A+ companies can raise up to $50 million per year from non-accredited investors. This rule was passed in response to pressure for greater participation from the general public. Under regulation A, Crowdfunding was typically used to generate money for higher valued companies and properties, but under Regulation A+, smaller valued companies and properties may benefit just as much. Click for full article.