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So you say you’re an angel investor and you haven’t heard of section 1202 of the IRS code?  Your first reaction might be, “how the hell didn’t my accountant or angel buddies tell me about this”.  Don’t be surprised because according to my friend Joe Milam, most people aren’t aware of this rule either.  It’s a tricky one and instead of explaining it myself, I’ll let Joe’s well written post explain it.

Without further adieu, section 1202.

 

 

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