Many investors will look for companies that have Advanced Assurance from HMRC. This gives them comfort that their investment will qualify for SEIS and or EIS tax benefits.
Investments are risky, someone is taking a gamble with their money. So it’s not surprising that investors look for any upsides that may counter the risks.
The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) are government-approved incentives, based on reducing an investors tax burden – which encourages them to invest in early-stage, high-risk businesses, which may otherwise be over looked.
For more information of the SEIS and EIS scheme conditions and benefits, see our guide.