EIS ADVANCE ASSURANCE
We get your company EIS Advance Assurance from HMRC. Our service is fast and reliable and we work on a no-win no-fee basis (that is, if you don’t get it, we give you all of your money back).
Simple as that.
If you’re not satisfied, we are not satisfied.
That’s why we’ll happily give you 100% of your money back if you don’t get your SEIS advance assurance from HMRC.
Our safe, simple and no-risk process
Avoid Delays and Objections from Your Investors
Raising an investment round is not easy, and there is no need to make it any more difficult.
The purpose of getting an EIS Advance Assurance from HMRC is to show your investors that if they invest in your company, they will get all the advantages of the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS).
Without it, they will have no piece of mind and will likely postpone investing until you gain such assurance. So avoid any objections and delays and let’s get you that HRMC Advance Assurance!
Advantages of the Enterprise Investment Scheme
The Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) is designed to incentivise investing into young, early-stage UK-based businesses.
Your investors will in fact get three main benefits from investing in an EIS company:
- Individual Income Tax relief of 30% of the amount invested
- Exemption from Capital Gains on earnings from shares
- Profits realised within three years are exempt from Capital Gains if reinvested in the EIS
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