But a good Enterprise Investment Scheme needs a viable Investor Exit
years is a long time to lock away your capital, even when you've benefited from
generous tax incentives. Choosing to buy EIS shares in a company that has an
Employee Share Ownership Scheme, may provide opportunities to sell your maturing
shares to members of Staff who already have a stake in their
roll over an EIS investment by purchasing NEW shares in the same firm, but this
entails realising your original investment. HMRC rules allow employees (NOT Directors) to buy EIS shares at
their current value after the initial 3 year period.
A key part of Accolade's EIS is helping realise your investment. Accolade has a viable exit strategy that may
enable an investor to re-invest their shareholding every three years...potentially
recycling the 30% tax rebate on a triennial basis.
an employee owned company since 1999, there are strong incentives for staff
& franchisees to purchase maturing Enterprise Investment Scheme shares.
A significant portion of our
current employee pay now relates to dividend earnings. Franchisees will be
required to buy existing shares as a condition of their licence.
Accolade Office - Enterprise Investment Scheme opens to investors - 2016
Phone 0141 774 4600 to check availability of this 30% tax saving EIS
An Enterprise Investment Scheme is by far the best way
of exploiting tax breaks
^-<-< Use this Form or the 'Contact Us' page for more
information about our EIS
Email a link to this page 'On Shore Haven'
Isle of Skye
Photo taken by Bill Gray,
Managing Director @ Accolade,
Sunday May 1st 2011
"He either fears his fate too much,
Or his deserts are small,
That puts it not unto the touch,
To win or lose it all."
Extract from 'My Dear and Only Love' written in 1643 by James Graham, Marquis of Montrose.
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