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EIS Investment

EIS can offer a unique opportunity to support emerging businesses and potentially reap significant financial rewards.

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The scheme aims to provide small businesses with the financial resources they need to grow and create jobs, while also encouraging investment in innovative and risky ventures.

What is EIS Investment?

Introduced in 1994, the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) replaced the Business Expansion Scheme and provides a range of UK tax reliefs. The aim of the EIS is to stimulate investment in small UK-based companies that engage in a qualifying trade and are not listed on a stock exchange.

The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) is a UK government program that offers tax relief incentives to individuals who invest in small, high-risk companies. EIS investments are often seen as a valuable opportunity for investors to support startups, benefit from potential tax breaks, and earn returns on their investments. Under EIS rules, investors can receive tax relief of up to 30% of the amount they invest, as well as capital gains tax exemptions if they hold the investment for a certain period.

Tax Benefits

The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) is a valuable means for companies to raise funds and expand their operations. By issuing new shares to individual investors, companies can offer attractive tax reliefs, with each investor able to claim up to £5 million per year, and a lifetime limit of £12 million including funds received from other venture capital schemes. To qualify for EIS, a company must secure investment under a venture capital scheme within 7 years of its first commercial sale.

EIS Investment Amount and Returns

EIS allows for a maximum yearly fundraising of £5 million and a lifetime cap of £12 million for your company, which includes any funding obtained from other venture capital schemes.

It is crucial to adhere to the scheme’s regulations to enable your investors to claim and retain EIS tax reliefs for their shares. Failure to comply with the rules for a minimum of 3 years following the investment may result in withholding or withdrawal of tax reliefs from your investors.

By investing in a private UK company through an Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS), you have the opportunity to receive a dividend and invest in UK businesses, among other benefits.

  • Realizing loss relief and capital gains tax relief.
  • Benefiting from tax-free dividends.
  • Diversifying your investment portfolio.
  • Investing in a company at its most critical stage of development, the start-up phase.


Risks Involved with EIS Investments

EIS investment is not without risks, as investments in startups and small businesses can be unpredictable, and investors should carefully consider the potential risks and returns before making any investment decisions. However, for those who are willing to take on the risks, EIS can offer a unique opportunity to support emerging businesses and potentially reap significant financial rewards.

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