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Depends on Various Factors:

An individual is categorized as an accredited investor if the person has an income over $200,000 in annual income for the last two calendar years (or $300,000 when combined with their spouse or spousal equivalent) or a person with a net worth over $1 million, excluding their primary residence.

Entities may also be accredited investors, though various definitions apply depending on the type of entity. The most common are entities where 100% of the owners are accredited investors or entities with more than $5 million in assets.