UK Tax Schemes for Film - A Film Means Business panel and networking event

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    On Thursday 10th October (7pm) at the Deloitte Auditorium, 1st Floor, 2 New Street Square, London EC4A 3TR, the organisers of Non-Multiplex Cinema are holding its tenth Film Means Business panel and networking event. This time on the topic of UK Tax Schemes for Film.

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    A previous Film Means Business event on 'Funding Films' (March 2013)

    Current incentives on offer from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) introduced in 1994 and the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) introduced recently in 2012. Both, in essence, provide similar incentive to investors but for different sized enterprises, EIS for larger enterprises, SEIS for the smaller fledgling. With these schemes, it is possible to guarantee a return of nearly 70% on investment. Hence substantially lowering your risk in investing in films.

    Here to discuss the accessibility, availability and credibility of UK Tax Schemes, for both investor and filmmaker, is our hosted Film Means Business panel:
    Jonathan Weissler - Producer and CEO of Balagan Productions, Christine Corner - Partner (Media Team), Grant Thornton, Michael Shyjka - Investment Director (Ingenious Media), Megan Stuart Wallace - producer, The Facility (2012), Incendiary Pictures. Hosted by Gina Fegan - Managing Director, D-Media.

    The price for entry is £17.50 for a limited period (full price £30).

    To find out more and to reserve your place(s), go to:
    http://www.filmmeansbusiness.com/Events.aspx
     
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    Posted: Sep 30, 2013 By: Jules Bushell Member since: Sep 27, 2013
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