“Commonwealth Capital Advisors’ Financial Architect® System is the Alpha and the Omega of any Company’s Financial Strategy.” Charles Dreher, CEO CCA International.

February 10, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
CHICAGO, February 10, 2006 —- Commonwealth Capital Advisors has become the advocate for the entrepreneur by specializing in assisting start-up and early stage companies raise seed, development, and expansion capital through the issuance of securities. The amounts can range from $100,000 to $20,000,000. The capital raising process can be done by the entrepreneur through the use of CCA’s revolutionary patent-pending Financial Architect® System software template programs or they can hire Commonwealth Capital Advisors to complete the process. The Financial Architect® System is designed to save entrepreneurs 90% of the cost of creating a securities offering document.

The Capitalization Planner™ program module is an extremely powerful tool for determining the financial feasibility of any company in any country while determining the proper “marketable” deal structure that one should pursue.

The “Expert Suite Edition” of the Financial Architect® System enhances and expands the practices of attorneys and CPAs that serve the small business community. These revolutionary software template programs enable minority business owners to shatter the “glass piggy bank”. A CPA recently used the Financial Architect® System Regulation D templates to help his client raise $62 million for a real estate development project in West Palm Beach, FL.

A complimentary E-Book is available for download now entitled, “The Secrets of Wall Street – Raising Capital for Start-Up and Early Stage Companies” on their web site: http://www.CommonwealthCapital.com/members/4750
The hard cover edition will be in book stores nationwide May 1st, 2006 published by Easton Studio Press.

Commonwealth Capital Advisors also assists the owners of seasoned companies, when they are ready. Ownership interests can be slowly liquidated through Regulation D or a Regulation A private placement or very quickly by taking the company “public.” Taking a company public can involve an Initial Public Offering through a SEC registered investment bank NASD Member Broker dealer. It also can be done as a simple listing on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) “In-house” with the proper guidance; or through a reverse merger into a public shell. It really doesn't matter how large the company is now, but how large it can become with an in flux of new capital and management team members.

By taking the company public, entrepreneurs can receive a much greater price for the ownership interests of the company. Generally speaking, by taking a company public business owners can command 4 to 5 times the private market value simply because they will create liquidity for the shares or ownership. In addition, owners can liquidate their position over time thereby benefiting from a tax planning perspective. You'd be surprised how small many publicly companies are. To learn more visit their web site at: http://www.CCAIntl.com and click on “Owners’ Exit Stratigies”.

Charles David Dreher, CEO
CCA International