SCOTS entrepreneurs looking for investment to take their new business venture to ‘the next level’ can access high-level, specialist tax advice from a new partner at a leading accountancy firm.
Says Neil Norman at Chiene + Tait, tax reliefs can help entrepreneurs obtain money to invest in their businesses through helping ‘business angels’ minimise their exposure to investment risk.
Chiene + Tait offers niche entrepreneurial tax advice on how to make the most of reliefs.
Neil has just begun as the firm’s entrepreneurial tax partner. His specialist advice enables investment through enterprise investment schemes, seed enterprise investment schemes, share schemes and R&D tax relief.
Neil works closely with new start-ups, university spin-outs, business accelerators, high-growth companies, life science organisations and entrepreneurs throughout Scotland to make sure they are fully up to speed with HMRC legislation.
Commenting on his recent promotion to partner, Neil says: “I am looking forward to developing our entrepreneur and angel investor expertise. We work with the majority of angel syndicates across Scotland and the high-growth companies they have invested in. A typical round of angel investment brings a start-up around half a million pounds.”
For further information please contact:
Kerry Manton, Chiene + Tait, on 0131 558 5800, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.chiene.co.uk
Notes to Editors
Chiene + Tait Chartered Accountants LLP, based in Edinburgh, is one of the leading independent accountancy firms in Scotland. In addition to accounting, the firm offers advice in the fields of assurance, VAT, employment, personal and corporate taxation, business support, risk advisory, payroll, corporate finance, specialist sector advice and IT and HR consultancies.
From 1st October 2014, Carol Flockhart became finance and operations partner and Jeremy Chittleburgh became senior partner.
Images of Neil Norman are available on request.
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