Enterprise Investment Scheme: assurance application to HMRC

Letter seeking assurance from HMRC that the company issuing shares is a qualifying company for the purposes of the Enterprise Investment Scheme.

For shares issued on or after 17 July 2014, companies that benefit from DECC renewable obligations certificates or renewable heat incentive subsidies will not qualify for EIS relief.


 

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