Thursday July 2, 2020

Is the EIIS a savvy play for investors?

It's not for everyone, but the Employment Investment Incentive Scheme is best suited to high net worth individuals who are not risk-averse.

26th October, 2014

With the publication of the Finance Bill last week, investors and small companies got confirmation on changes to the Employment Investment Incentive Scheme (EIIS) announced in the budget a week earlier.

The EIIS, a tax relief incentive scheme that replaced the Business Expansion Scheme (BES), allows individual investors to obtain income tax relief on investments in qualifying companies up to a maximum of €150,000 per annum.

Budget 2015 announced that the amount a company could...

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