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How to apply for advance assurance for SEIS / EIS

HOT OFF THE PRESS: We’ve just launched a brand new online course that shows you exactly how to complete and file your SEIS / EIS advance assurance application with HMRC. We walk you through every stage of filling out the form plus share some additional resources to help ensure a smoother passage through HMRC. Access it by clicking here. [Use the code: SEISAA2017 to get 50% off in January]

A short overview of how to apply for advance assurance from HM Revenue & Customs that your company is a qualifying company for the purposes of raising funding under the Seed Enterprise (SEIS) or Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). [Update – the form looks different now and is an online form – check out our course for the latest version (Jan 2017)]

You can find the SEIS / EIS advance assurance application form here.

The process normally takes 30 days for HM Revenue & Customs to issue advance assurance or revert back with any questions.

You can seek specialist professional SEIS / EIS assistance here.

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JP - January 13, 2017

Hey dude. Thanks for the video. Completing the form now, but can’t work out how to populate the first field “To”??

What are you supposed to put in this box? “Mr/Mrs HMRC Officer”?

Confusing!

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Steve Livingston - January 13, 2017

Hi thanks for your comment – right on cue, this course released today will give you the answer: https://businessn2k.com/launching-new-course-hmrc-seis-eis-advance-assurance/

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Gregory Epps - March 9, 2017

I would really like to know the answer to this as well – did you find out yet?

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Steve Livingston - March 22, 2017

Hi Greg – it is “SCEC”

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