Sam McArthur: Eight reasons EIS investing is less alternative than you think

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Sam McArthur: "EIS investment holds the triple appeal of supporting the economy, government-backed investments and attractive tax benefits."
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Sam McArthur: "EIS investment holds the triple appeal of supporting the economy, government-backed investments and attractive tax benefits."

Sam McArthur picks out eight reasons why recent years have seen EISs become increasingly popular with advisers and clients looking for tax-efficient investments

As the tax year draws to an end with annual allowances for pensions and ISAs near exhaustion, you may be wondering which alternative investments can help your clients who want to invest tax-efficie...

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