EIS and SEIS schemes are designed to help SMEs and startups attract private investment. They do this by offering various forms of tax relief to investors.
If your company is eligible for either EIS or SEIS, how can these schemes help you raise capital? Find out how.
EIS and SEIS schemes are designed to make it attractive for private investors to put their money into high-risk companies.
To apply for SEIS as a means of attracting investment and raising funds, companies must meet certain criteria, and seek advance assurance from HMRC.
Despite the uncertainties arising from the pandemic, now is actually a good time to set up a new company in the UK. Why? Because the Government’s EIS and SEIS schemes offer benefits to startups, growing SMEs, and private investors
Both EIS and SEIS schemes make it attractive for private investors to put their money into businesses by offering them tax relief in return. However, the two schemes are distinct.