The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) are integral pillars of the UK start-up economy. Angel investors who are willing to take significant risks by investing start-ups and small businesses will usually also want to take advantage of income tax deductions on their investment and benefit from no capital gains tax (CGT) liability arising upon the sale of their shares further down the line.Read More »
SEIS Advance Assurance
HMRC updated its Venture Capital Schemes Manual VCM8560 on 15 March 2021.
The update is regarding Example 3 of VCM8560 which presents an example of a qualifying film company.
The new guidance provides further clarity on how the risk-to-capital condition applies to Film and TV production companies that are seeking SEIS/EIS advance assurance approval.Read More »
Following a company raising investment pursuant to SEIS and/or EIS, an overview of the process whereby the company submits a compliance statement in order to receive certificates that are then distributed to investors who can then claim their individual tax reliefs.Read More »