Tag Archive: Advanced Assurance
SEIS Company Requirements
What are the SEIS Company Requirements? The SEIS scheme helps small new start-ups attract investment by offering tax reliefs to individual taxpayers that purchase new shares. There are a number of conditions for a company to be able to benefit from using the SEIS. The SEIS scheme helps new small unquoted companies raise equity finance…. View Article
Does My Business Qualify For EIS or SEIS Relief?
Can your business qualify for SEIS Relief? The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) are two ways for companies to raise money. The SEIS is more focused on very early stage companies. Companies businesses looking to raise finance through EIS investment are typically more developed than those looking for funding using… View Article
SEIS Application Made Easy
We have already written about some of the requirements necessary for a company to check whether they qualify for the SEIS. Once these requirements have been confirmed, an SEIS application must be made to HMRC for formal approval of the tax relief via an SEIS1 form. This assurance will help new start-up companies to attract… View Article
How Can I Make My Company Eligible for EIS/SEIS?
The rules for both the EIS and SEIS schemes clearly state the eligibility requirements for using the schemes. Raising finance is not just a matter of meeting the eligibility requirements. You also have to ensure that your business can attract investors. However, the two work together. A company eligible for EIS or SEIS will be… View Article
Approval For SEIS Investment
SEIS Investment Want to discuss approval for SEIS Investment under the SEIS? At Key Business Consultants, we get a variety of companies and investors who appreciate our clear and concise communication as well as our industry-leading knowledge on SEIS. To keep the SEIS tax reliefs, the company who issues the shares has to meet a number of… View Article
HMRC Advance Approval For SEIS
Companies are able to apply for HMRC Advance Approval that a proposed issue of shares will qualify for SEIS relief. This advance assurance, although not mandatory, is important for both the company and even more so for the prospective investor. There are many risks in investing in early-stage potentially high growth businesses. At the very… View Article