An investor account represents the actual legal entity that is investing. The legal entity investing (and therefore the investor account) is most commonly the individual user who is investing on his or her own behalf. In some cases, the user may be investing and legally acting on behalf of a company (e.g., LP, LLC, C-Corp, S-Corp) or on behalf of a trust, in which case the legal entity that is investing (and therefore the investor account) is the company or trust. Another distinction here is that the individual SeedInvest user that is investing on behalf of the company or trust is referred to as the primary authorized user. SeedInvest does not allow for users to invest on behalf of other individuals. Users will have the option to create a new investor account whenever they make new investments, or can also do so outside of the investment process using the link here (https://www.seedinvest.com/accounts/create-investor-account).


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