How do I get started as an investor with RMT Equity Partners?

Register with RMT today to get started. Your account creation and the investment process will take place online through our website. You will be asked to provide and verify any necessary information and make all acknowledgments electronically.

What type of accounts are allowed to be used for investments?

We currently accept the following: personal investment accounts, joint accounts, and entity accounts including trusts, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, C corporations, and S corporations. We also accept Self-Directed IRAs.

Will I receive a K-1 as an investor?

Yes. You will receive a K-1 with detailed information on your share of our partnership’s taxable income. This will be provided on an annual basis for tax purposes.

What is the difference between an accredited and a non-accredited investor?

An accredited investor is someone who:

  • Has an annual net income that was at least $200,000 in each of the last two years, or whose joint income with a spouse was in excess of $300,000 in each of those years, and who has a reasonable expectation of the same income level in this year.
  • Has more than $1 million in net worth — either alone or with a spouse. This excludes the value of a primary residence.

A non-accredited investor is someone who:

  • Earned less than an accredited investor but is someone who is familiar with investing as a whole whether through a 401K, an IRA or individual investments.

Can only accredited investors partner with RMT?

No, non-accredited investors can invest up to 10 percent of their annual income — alone or with a spouse. The minimum investment is currently $5,000.

Does where I live inhibit my ability to invest?

Geography does not inhibit your ability to invest as long as you have a U.S. tax ID and U.S. bank account.