Tag Archive: SEIS Investment
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
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
A No-Nonsense SEIS Guide for Start-Ups Seeking Investment
The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) is similar to the EIS. It focuses on smaller, early-stage companies seeking investment. The firm Seeking investment must be carrying on, or preparing to carry on, a new business in a qualifying trade. The SEIS scheme is only suitable for small unquoted companies and the rules of the scheme… View Article
Understanding Lifetime Transfers
Today we’re going to explain everything about lifetime transfers. The current Inheritance Tax limit is £325,000 per person. This is the amount that can be passed on free of IHT as a tax-free threshold. An additional Inheritance Tax main residence nil-rate band (RNRB) will also be introduced from next year. IHT & Gifts On top… View Article
Who is a Qualifying Investor for SEIS?
SEIS gives the qualifying investor extensive income tax and CGT breaks. Therefore, it is helping to drive investment in new businesses across the country. For investors the main benefits of the scheme are as follows: Income tax relief worth 50% of the amount invested on a maximum annual investment of £100,000. A 50% exemption from… View Article
2017 has been a very challenging and yet rewarding year for Key Business Consultants. We took on our third, fourth and fifth employee and the year is not even three quarters over yet. We are looking for a larger office, although we will still have key business consultants accountants headquarters on Kings Road, SW3. We’ve… View Article