Brexit may not be showing the British government in the best of lights. But if there is one thing a succession of chancellors have shown admirable competence in it is encouraging savings and investment. A selection of tax efficient ISA and SIPP wrappers have been introduced and annual allowances gradually raised and new freedoms introduced to give British savers and investors choice and autonomy. But here our focus is on another tax incentivised government investment scheme, or rather, two separate but closely connected schemes – EIS and SEIS.
Topics covered in this Guide
- What are EIS and SEIS?
- Qualifying Criteria
- Key EIS qualification criteria summary
- Key SEIS qualification criteria summary
- EIS/SEIS Tax Relief Explained
- Choosing a Winning SEIS or EIS Investment