First and Only SEIS Offer
First and Only Ltd. is seeking investment through the HMRC’s Seed Enterprise Invest Scheme (SEIS) to raise funds for a new independent UK based feature film, First and Only.
First and Only Ltd. has the HMRC’s advanced assurance in place.
Key Background Notes:
- Average Kindle reviews 4.5 stars on Amazon UK & Amazon USA
- Raised £50k+ crowdfunding, trending at number 1 on Indiegogo worldwide
- Fully developed script with option agreement in place
- First 8 minutes of film shot as a short film – ‘Simon, First and Only’
- The short has been accepted into the Cannes Film Festival 2016 Short Film Corner and is the official selection for multiple film festivals around the world.
- Cast actors from Outlander and Game of Thrones
- Vocals by Anna McLuckie from BBC’s The Voice
- SEIS Benefits
Investors may be eligible the following benefits:
- Income tax relief of 50 per cent on the cost of shares for qualifying investors
- Any capital gain made on the investment after the 3-year qualifying period will be exempt from capital gains tax where
- SEIS income tax relief has been claimed
- If an investor has made a capital gain and reinvests the proceeds into an SEIS qualifying company, 50% of the gain reinvested is exempt from capital gains tax
- More information at : http://bit.ly/hmrc-tax-relief
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