Change is often greeted with fear and trepidation. This was certainly the case when HM Revenue & Customs announced changes to the qualifying rules for EISs that came into force recently and it's easy to see why.
The updated qualifying rules mean EIS managers can no longer invest in more established companies (those older than seven years or ten years for 'knowledge-intensive' firms) or fund replacement capital,...
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