Investing in a New Business Can Give '103% Tax Relief'

Individuals can receive extensive tax benefits when investing in new businesses according to tax expert, Adrian Williams, who has published an article detailing the process on Find the Edge this week.

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The techniques I describe can be used to create a win, win situation for investors, young businesses and the wider economy.

Manchester (PRWEB UK) 27 February 2013

Smart investors can achieve a tax relief of up to 103% when putting money into young companies, tax expert Adrian Williams has said.

He explains the techniques required in a detailed article on new business website http://www.FindtheEdge.co.uk.

The savings can be made thanks to the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme, which is designed to encourage investments in new start-ups and young companies.

Under the scheme, individuals can invest up to £100,000 in a qualifying limited company, and achieve a tax reclaim of £103,000.

Williams said: "It was a pleasure to write the article. The techniques I describe can be used to create a win, win situation for investors, young businesses and the wider economy."

Adrian Williams has been working in tax for almost 40 years, and has been running his own taxation and accountancy practice called Williams Associates.

Kenny Goodman, founder of Find the Edge said: "This is another example of some of the great content we have on Find the Edge.

"Adrian has shared his valuable expertise, and many people will be able to benefit from information he has to offer."

The full article can be read at http://www.findtheedge.co.uk/finance/accounting-tax-planning/how-to-invest-in-a-new-business-and-get-tax-relief-of-up-to-103.

Find the Edge launched last week featuring articles, videos and interviews designed to help business leaders get a competitive edge over their rivals.


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