Andrew Aldridge: How to pick the right EIS provider for your clients

Five thematic questions

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Andrew Aldridge: "The Budget announcement has clearly changed the playing field in the EIS and Seed EIS sector and some providers and managers are now playing catch-up."
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Andrew Aldridge: "The Budget announcement has clearly changed the playing field in the EIS and Seed EIS sector and some providers and managers are now playing catch-up."

Andrew Aldridge suggests five thematic questions advisers can ask to ensure an EIS provider is not just up-to-speed with recent changes to the tax-efficient investing landscape but an appropriate home for client money

There has been a significant uplift in the degree of interest in the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) recently - particularly since the Budget and the new measures announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond....

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