Martin Sherwood: Investing in SEIS? Some do's and don'ts

Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme pitfalls

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Martin Sherwood: "The SEIS does offer a very generous cocktail of tax benefits, which are skewed in favour of the investor to compensate for the risk of investment in a seed company."
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Martin Sherwood: "The SEIS does offer a very generous cocktail of tax benefits, which are skewed in favour of the investor to compensate for the risk of investment in a seed company."

The tax benefits of the SEIS are very attractive but there are good reasons for that, writes Martin Sherwood as he runs through some of the pitfalls advisers and clients need to avoid

If you are considering the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) for clients this year, here are a few tips to bear in mind. The tax benefits of the SEIS are very attractive but there are a few pitfalls...

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