Seed Enterprise Scheme: UK Looks at Expanding Tax Breaks for Startup Investments – Bloomberg

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The U.K. government is considering policy changes to a popular program that provides preferential tax treatment for early-stage investments into tech companies, which could make it easier for companies to raise larger rounds of funding.


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