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Guide to VCTs

Guide to VCTs

VCTs are proving popular with sophisticated investors this year. They’re a tax-efficient but higher-risk way to invest, both leading up to and in retirement. After ISA and pension allowances have been used, VCTs could be the next port of call for tax-efficient investing.

Download our guide, that is not personal advice, to discover:

  • What are VCTs?
  • Why people invest in them?
  • The tax benefits
  • The risks
  • How to choose a VCT

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    This guide is not personal advice. Investors will need to make their own assessment of their expertise and the suitability of a VCT for their circumstances. Those with any doubts should seek expert advice. Neither capital nor income is guaranteed. The benefits of tax shelters will depend on personal circumstances and tax rules will change over time. The value of VCTs will fall as well as rise and you may not get back the amount invested. The prospectus will give fuller details of the risks and the VCT. Any decision to invest must be made purely on the basis of the prospectus.

    What you need to know about Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs)

    VCTs are proving popular with sophisticated investors this year. They’re a tax-efficient but higher-risk way to invest, both leading up to and in retirement. After ISA and pension allowances have been used, VCTs could be the next port of call for tax-efficient investing. Download our guide to discover:

    • What are VCTs?
    • Why people invest in them?
    • The tax benefits
    • The risks
    • How to choose a VCT

    Plus, find out how to invest.

    This guide is not personal advice. Investors will need to make their own assessment of their expertise and the suitability of a VCT for their circumstances. Those with any doubts should seek expert advice. Neither capital nor income is guaranteed. The benefits of tax shelters will depend on personal circumstances and tax rules will change over time. The value of VCTs will fall as well as rise and you may not get back the amount invested. The prospectus will give fuller details of the risks and the VCT. Any decision to invest must be made purely on the basis of the prospectus.

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