SEIS/EIS

Discover why investors love to reduce risk.

SEIS and EIS are government approved schemes to encourage investment into early stage, unlisted companies.

We’re excited to be among the finalists in EISA Awards 2022 as the best EIS/SEIS Tax Adviser

Investors like them as they reduce the risk of investing in young companies by offering tax relief.

But before they commit, most investors want to know if your business is eligible for SEIS or EIS. We make sure that is. We ensure you meet all the requirements, liaise with HMRC and submit the application on your behalf.

Good news! You enter your funding round by showing investors you are SEIS / EIS approved by HMRC.

We published a 1-page summary of the benefits and eligibility for EIS and SEIS.

Download the EIS/SEIS factsheet in PDF

    Our Accounting Practice is a member of EISA.
    Our Advisors are certified with EIS Accreditation.

    Call us: 020 3422 9802

    Check If You Are Eligible For SEIS/EIS

    Does your company have a permanent establishment in the UK?

    A permanent establishment can be your office or factory, a place of management, a branch, a workshop, a quarry, mine, oil or gas well or a building site. The definition is quite broad, get in touch for more info.

    Is your company publicly traded?

    For EIS/SEIS purposes, a company is considered "publicly traded" if its shares are listed on a Recognised Stock Exchange.

    Does your company have less than 90% ownership or control over any subsidiaries?

    A subsidiary is any company of which your business owns shares, or over which it has significant control. Click No if your company has no subsidiaries.

    Does your company have a parent company?

    A parent company is one that either owns more than 50% of shares in your business or has significant control over it.

    What sector(s) does your company operate in?

    Hold Shift, Ctrl or Cmd for multiple selections.
    Select all sectors which apply to your business.

    What is the value of your company's Gross Assets?

    You can find the value your company's Gross Assets on your latest Balance Sheet.

    How many full-time employees does your company have?

    If any of your employees don't work full-time, you should use Full-Time Equivalent units.
    i.e. an employee working 3 days a week instead of 5 would equal 0.6 FTEs.

    How much are you looking to raise?

    The approximate amount you are looking to raise in your upcoming Funding Round.

    When did your company start trading?

    This is typically the date when you started selling your products or made your first commercial sale. Different conditions may apply if you are about to start a completely new trade.

    SEIS/EIS - Request A Call

    Discover how government approved SEIS & EIS schemes can allow your investors to claim up to 86.5% tax relief.

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