Since its inception, governments around the world have worked diligently to regulate the crowdfunding industry. Today, many countries now encourage startups to participate in the sector through equity crowdfunding incentives—tax breaks available to resident investors and entrepreneurs. In the UK particularly, two tax incentives exist: EIS (Enterprise Investment Scheme) and SEIS (Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme). Under these programs, platforms promote perks for investors in high-risk climates, ultimately minimizing losses and increasing funds for needy ventures.
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