Jack Rose: VCT and EIS investors are living in interesting times

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Jack Rose: "Those looking at VCTs this year should do it early. Do not wait until February or March as the chances are your preferred choice will have filled already."
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Jack Rose: "Those looking at VCTs this year should do it early. Do not wait until February or March as the chances are your preferred choice will have filled already."

Jack Rose considers the current dichotomy in the tax-advantaged sector - despite the overwhelming availability of EIS there is actually a reduction in demand from advisers, while VCTs now face the opposite issue

We are only at the start of the ‘tax season' yet already we have a relatively clear picture of how things are shaping up for fundraising this year - at least for venture capital trusts (VCTs). F...

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