A dramatic slide in the number of enterprise investment scheme offers in the first half of this tax year comes amid speculation that there will be a so-called “capacity crunch” with demand for EIS outweighing supply. Read more.
The wife of a retired dentist who attempted to murder her after he had lost £200,000 in an investment scam has said the pair ‘remain good friends’. Read more.
Cumbrians are being warned to watch out for fake wine investment deals, after some have lost thousands of pounds. Read more.
Investor Protectors is now very much into its fourth year helping victims of Investment Fraud. We would like to share with you some of the successes we have had over the years. Read more.
Advisers and Sipp providers are being told to look out for dodgy investments dressed up as standard assets, a phenomenon the Financial Conduct Authority has stated is on the rise. Read more.
The cost of fraud to Britain rose above £1 billion for the first time in five years in 2016, driven in part by a huge surge in cyber crime. Read more.
Interest in the government’s Enterprise Investment Scheme is at an all-time high because of the tax benefits it brings investors. How can your business benefit? Read more.
The UK Government launched the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) in the 1993-94 tax year with the intention of driving further investment into high-growth and job-creating smaller companies. Read more.
We are in the process of contacting Investors who have invested money in film products – Gummy Bears 3D, Henry V, and The Passion of Mary. If you have invested in any of these you might be eligible for tax relief, please click here to contact us to find out more.
James Hay will no longer allow non-standard investments including overseas commercial property, storage pods and carbon credits to be bought through its platform. Read more.