Ho, Ho, Ho EISmas cheer…..

The draft clauses for the 2012 Finance Act brought good news for anyone looking to raise share capital under the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). We at Nyman Libson Paul are heavily involved with EIS and have seen the scheme’s popularity grow in recent years, particularly since the increase in Income Tax relief to 30% in … Read more Ho, Ho, Ho EISmas cheer…..

George’s autumn cheer or chill?

The Autumn Statement… Naturally, the ‘yah boo’ nature of these House of Commons events and the mainstream press emphasising the political ramifications in priority to any economic debate, can sometimes obscure the real relevance of the Chancellor’s announcements. To be fair, much that was announced in the Autumn Statement was limited to conceptual headlines and … Read more George’s autumn cheer or chill?

Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Entertainment & Media Group’s annual conference

On Tuesday 5 July NLP partners Anthony Pins and Dave Morrison were both among the guest speakers at the Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Entertainment and Media Group’s annual conference.  Anthony spoke on the subject of theatre finance, whilst Dave covered his favourite topics of UK Film Tax Credits and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) in … Read more Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Entertainment & Media Group’s annual conference

March 2011 Budget

For a change, this was an interesting and varied budget, much of which we like, and some of which we don’t!  In terms of impact on our clients, here are our headlines: What we like: 1) Changes in EIS relief – 30% income tax relief from 6 April 2011, significantly increased investment limits from 6 … Read more March 2011 Budget

NLP in the 2011 budget news

If you are a member of Screen International online, you can read their article on the new EIS rules which could be a huge help to production companies when raising private film financing. Click here to visit their site and log in. Read what the partners at NLP have said about these changes below. From … Read more NLP in the 2011 budget news