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How is SEIS used by portfolio companies to raise money?

by | Jan 31, 2024

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SEIS is designed to help portfolio companies raise money when they begin trading. It does this by offering tax reliefs to individual investors who buy new shares in the company.

Start-up businesses in the UK can receive a maximum of £150,000 through SEIS investments. However, there are various rules which must be followed to ensure investors can claim and keep SEIS tax reliefs relating to their shares.

To provide guidance about how SEIS raises money and the benefits for investors, IFA/GBI Magazine has published the Annual Seed Enterprise Investment Schemes (SEIS) Report 2024. Click here to access your complimentary copy

 
 

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