EIS and SEIS
Do you need to raise some money for your business? There are lots of funding options available to you, but which is the best one?
While going to the bank might seem like the natural option, getting banks to lend money to your business is usually more difficult than you might expect.
On the chance that they agree to lend you money, they’ll want lots of details of your profitability and cashflow. However, when times are tough, this can be a bit difficult. Perhaps you need the funding in order to turn a profit in the first place or to help you get out of some trouble. What then?
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How to fund your business through shares
One of the most popular alternatives to bank loans for your business is to offer shares in your company.
An investor will give your business money in return for a share in the business. They will then take a share of the profits, through dividends.
Luckily, due to schemes such as EIS and SEIS, investing in private companies has become much more appealing.
EIS and SEIS are great opportunities to secure funding to grow your business. However, if you’re not familiar with either, it’s always best to speak with an expert.
How can Countplus help your business secure funding?
Here at Countplus, we’re dedicated to helping you secure the funding you need, in the right way.
Countplus can help you understand:
- If equity finances are right for you
- The complex criteria to qualify for either EIS or SEIS
- Your investor’s level of involvement
- What you’re getting into overall with EIS and SEIS
Countplus can provide you with detailed advice and support for your business as you seek funding. We can help you cut through the jargon and support you every step of the way.
To learn more and get the advice you need, speak with Countplus today.