by David Philp, Entrepreneurial Tax Team, Chiene + Tait In this blog, David in the Chiene + Tait Entrepreneurial Tax Team highlights Research & Development Tax Relief and asks – are you missing out? Scottish companies received over £165 million in Research & Development (R&D) tax credits last year. Yet a recent HMRC study showed … continue reading.
by Kirsty Paton, Entrepreneurial Tax Team, Chiene + Tait What is investment? Investment is a two-way funding street – an investor will fund a business idea in order to help an entrepreneur on their journey in the hope that there is a return on their investment. An entrepreneur looks for investment to receive a cash … continue reading.
Investing Women, Scotland’s only all-female business angel group, has announced three appointments to its board of directors. Restaurant entrepreneur Sanja Moll and former investment banker Evelyn Simpson become board members while Kirsty Paton, an entrepreneurial tax specialist at accountants Chiene + Tait, is appointed as board advisor. Edinburgh-based Sanja Moll co-founded Salt Yard Group in … continue reading.
By Rebecca Pick, CEO Pick Protection On my recent visit to California with Investing Women I learnt a lot about starts-ups over there and how they are different to start-ups in the UK. I also learnt a lot about the environment in which they operate which is again very different to the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the … continue reading.
The social enterprise Before I Go Solutions educates people to become more at ease with dying, death and grief, through helping them design and create their own end of life plans. Unusual, you might say! Yes – but it is a direct result of my husband dying five years ago and the resultant effect on … continue reading.