Our EIS and SEIS Opportunities

2254B4AB00000578-3302419-image-a-1_1446577751137We know January means one thing for accountants – tax returns! But, with that goes “how can my client reduce his/her tax payable?”

By using EIS (30%) or SEIS (50%) Income Tax Relief, clients can recover tax already paid on account and reduce their payments on 31st January. Relief can be carried back to 15/16, plus they will receive EIS (100%) or SEIS (50%) CGT relief. ‎

We have a variety of EIS and SEIS opportunities and can work with you to propose a mix of EIS and SEIS investments, tailor made for the preferences of each of your clients.

As a quick reference:

  • EIS is normally best for the larger risk adverse element of client’s investments ‎and for CGT Deferral Relief, especially for capital gains made from 1st February 2014 to date.
  • SEIS is suitable for investments up to £100k and gives 50% tax saving ‎on Income Tax and CGT in 15/16 and 16/17.

Limited Risk

EIS and SEIS investment are amongst the best opportunities available at the moment. With the income tax and CGT relief fully utilized, only £42k to £50k (EIS) or £36k (SEIS) of a £100k investment is effectively being invested.




Our EIS and SEIS companies ensure that your client is first in line to be paid up to 120% of the investment and a continuing share of the profits. Income is not dependent on profit, however our EIS and SEIS companies are generally making income within a few months.


We hand pick projects that have the best chance of success including:

  • a BAFTA nominated film
  • a TV series featuring Oscar winner Jeremy Irons
  • a film starring Oscar winners Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino
  • a feature documentary including interviews with Stephen Fry, Sir Ian McKellen and Matt Lucas.

For the more security minded investor, we have SEIS and EIS investments available in Publicity & Advertising services to films and these have a priority recoupment position from income and a track record of prompt return.

Please get in touch if you would like to know more.


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