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Venture Capital Schemes

Venture Capital Schemes

written by Andrew Rainford
£75.00
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Introduction: Practical analysis of the tax reliefs available for the four key tax-advantaged schemes for venture capital investors: EIS, SEIS, VCTs and SITR.
Category: Capital Gains Tax and Income Tax
Publisher: Claritax Books
Publication Date: February 2016
ISBN: 9781908545763
Description: The author looks in detail at the conditions for obtaining relief in a variety of venture capital schemes, including the better known enterprise investment schemes and venture capital trusts, as well as the less familiar Seed EIS and the relatively new Social Investment Tax Relief.

In relation to each scheme, the author looks at the range of tax incentives offered by the legislation, including (as appropriate) income tax reliefs, CGT exemptions, CGT deferrals, and relief for losses incurred. The conditions for relief are examined in detail and are illustrated throughout with helpful examples.
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