Time is ticking on race to invest in VCTs

Investors not in a rush may wish to look at new report for alternative income ideas
Thursday 09 Feb 2017 Author: Daniel Coatsworth
Venture capital trust ( VCT ) offers are selling out in record time, suggesting that investors shouldn’t wait until the end of the tax year if they want to put their money in these types of products. VCTs come with an array of attractive tax benefits, as well as being a good way to get exposure to early-stage businesses. A year ago I explained in Shares how changes to...

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