Investing in startup businesses is both rewarding and risky. Investing in a successful startup will beat the returns of any stock, bond or ETF. However, many startups fail within the first 2 years. Therefore, it is vital you pick the right companies to invest in.
Reduce your tax bill
Eligible investors will be able to take advantage of some favorable tax incentives. Investors get 30p back in tax relief per £1 invested with the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). Tax relief applies to the tax year shares are issued, or can be carried back one tax year. Furthermore, there is no capital gains tax on profits, additional loss relief up to 45% and no inheritance on investments held for more than 2 years..
"Back ambitious startups and become a part of their journey."
You will be co-investing alongside “super” angels under equal deal terms. A “super” angel has a verified track record of investing in successful startups. On average, a “super” angel grows his portfolio at 42% per year.