Tag Archive: SEIS
What Is The SEIS 2 Year Rule?
Does my business qualify for SEIS? And what is the “2 year trading rule” I keep hearing about? The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SIES) is a fantastic way to raise money for your company. Key Business Consultants was founded as an SEIS specialist firm, and we’ve helped hundreds of businesses over the last six years… View Article
EIS and Brexit
Brexit is almost here! The UK is scheduled to leave the EU and move to a transition period on 29 March 2019. This is 2 years to the day from the time the Prime Minister triggered Article 50, officially starting the process for the UK to leave the EU. The UK is then expected to… View Article
A Guide To The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme
We often talk on this blog about the benefits of SEIS. Today we’re going to explain why SEIS is such a good idea for small businesses. The main benefits of SEIS is to encourage investment in small new early-stage companies. The scheme complements the EIS but focuses on raising much smaller amounts of investment for… View Article
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