Wealth Engineering LLC is committed to strict adherence and compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in the offering, presentation, and management of its private offering.    To help you understand current regulation and compliance we ask you to consider the following terms and definitions:

Accredited Investor

An accredited investor is an investor with over a $1 million net worth, excluding their primary residence or more than $200,000 in income each year over the last two years with the expectation of the same in the current year, or, with their spouse, $300,000 of income each year over the last two years with the expectation of the same in the current year.

Rule 506 of Regulation D

Wealth Engineering LLC relies on Rule 506 of Regulation D as the exemption by which we make our private offering.  For the full text of Rule 506 of Regulation D, please visit or you may click the following link to be brought directly to the SEC Rule 506 of Regulation D:

Form D

A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) required for companies that are selling securities in reliance on a Regulation D exemption or Section 4(6) exemption provisions. Form D must be filed no later than 15 days after the first sale of securities.

To review the Form D filed for Wealth Engineering LLC, please visit and select “Search Edgar for Company Filings” and submit Wealth Engineering LLC when prompted for company name.  Alternatively you may select the following link:


Recent amendments to SEC Rule 506 of Regulation D have changed the full prohibition of “solicitation” which is the act of soliciting “publicly” persons unknown to the limited partnership management.  Wealth Engineering LLC does not seek to use this website and all information provided as a “solicitation” for participation in our private offering.  It is important for us to communicate about our companies, their objectives and our process with our current investors and potential investors.  However, we also recognize it is entirely possible that we may receive an inquiry from persons unknown to us through this website.  All participants in our private offerings must meet the definition of “accredited investor.”  If we receive inquiries from unknown persons, we will request “proof” of accreditation which may include the submission of any number of the following documents: Recent tax returns, brokerage statements, accountants statement of net worth, and any other documentation required to demonstrate accreditation.  It is important that each individual investor understand that Wealth Engineering LLC must legally provide to any authority, state or federal, the necessary documentation as required by law to conform to all regulation.

To view the complete changes to SEC Rule 506 please select the following link:

All individuals, both accredited and non-accredited should be familiar with the rules governing private offerings.  Furthermore, individuals should seek professional advice from an attorney and an accountant when evaluating or considering investing in a “private” offering.