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Company 1 failsYou receive £3,000 in income tax reliefYou receive £3,150 income loss relief(at risk capital multiplied by your tax bracket e.g 45%)Real loss = £3,850(£7,000 at risk capital minus £3,150 income loss relief)
Company 2 breaks evenYou receive £3,000 in income tax reliefAfter three years you sell your shares for £10,000Gain = £3,000(£0 profit from sale, plus £3,000 income tax relief)
Company 3 doubles valueYou receive £3,000 in income tax reliefAfter three years you sell your shares for £20,000You owe no capital gains tax on profitGain = £13,000(£10,000 profit from sale, plus £3,000 income tax relief)
|Number of employees||No more than 25 employees||No more than 250 employees|
|Trading time||Trading for less than 2 years||Trading for less than 7 years (or less than 10 for knowledge-intensive companies)|
|Gross assets||Under £200k in gross-asset premoney||Under £15M in gross-asset pre-money|
|Funding limit||Lifetime SEIS funding limit of £150k. No previous investment from a VCT or EIS||Lifetime funding amount that can be raised under SEIS, EIS, VCT is £12M (£20M for knowledge intensive companies)|
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