Since its inception, the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) has been used to raise over £24 billion across more than 30,000 small buisnesses.
Why could wealthy or sophisticated investors consider it?
This simple two-page factsheet explains in plain English:
- What EIS is and how it works – at a glance
- Risks and benefits
- How you could claim up to 30% off your income tax bill
- How you might be able to defer capital gains – potentially indefinitely
- The other tax quirks of EIS that set it apart
Download your free factsheet to find out more.
Please note: EIS invest in smaller higher-risk companies. They are only suitable for experienced investors, you should only invest money you can afford to lose. They are illiquid and capital is at risk. Tax rules can change and benefits depend on circumstances. This free factsheet is not advice or a personal recommendation, it simply explains the main facts, so you can decide for yourself.