Now that it is more clearly guided and positioned, writes Jack Rose, the tax-efficient sector can feel good about itself and its place in the investment landscape
Unalloyed success is a rare thing in this day and age - and rarer still in the tangled, not to say deeply knotted, web that is the current economic, political and investment backdrop in the UK. Yet, out of this murky mire, it is fair to say the powers-that-be have finally positioned the rules around the government's Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) to ensure billions of UK investors' money is being channelled into the businesses of the future. The same could not have been said even a few years ago. Back then, the success of EIS took on a very different hue - it was part of the various ...
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