Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) | Annual Report 2024

by | Jan 25, 2024

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We are delighted to bring you the first part of our serialised annual report series, covering the essentials of investment in SEIS. The series will cover SEIS, EIS, VCTs and BR/IHT in four parts over the next few weeks, and will be combined into our annual Tax Efficient Investment Report 2024, later being published in full in February.

Authored by leading compliance specialist Tony Catt, the report’s aim is to focus on each funding area in detail, highlighting essential information you may need when considering advice for clients as part of a diversified portfolio. As explained by Tony in his introduction, these schemes were introduced as a key mechanism for raising capital for tax-efficient investment in start-ups and small businesses in the UK. The continued support is an acknowledgment of their success and the importance of the schemes to the economy of UK Plc.

We start our series with our guide to SEIS and cover all of the basics such as what is SEIS and how does it differ to EIS, and what benefits are there for clients and individuals investing through these schemes. We also explore the potential risks of investing in SEIS with the introduction of Consumer Duty. We also have all the real-time insights from industry-leading companies, such as Jenson Funding Partners and Haatch Ventures, about what’s happening in the world of SEIS investments.

 
 

Submit your details below to access a complimentary digital edition of our leading market compendium for 2024.

If you experience any technical difficulties accessing the content or if you have any queries, please contact peter.carey@ifamagazine.com

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