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Tax and crowdfunding : is the United Kingdom getting lost in the crowd?

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Tax and crowdfunding : is the United Kingdom getting lost in the crowd?
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Tax and crowdfunding : is the United Kingdom getting lost in the crowd?
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eng
Summary
Crowdfunding is a collective term for a variety of structures under which funding for projects or enterprises can be obtained from a number of corporate or individual investors, often with each investor contributing a relatively small amount, usually (and sometimes exclusively) through the auspices of the web and social media. There is currently a substantial buzz around crowdfunding, and it is gathering an increasing swell of interest from both investors and potential investees as an alternative to conventional methods of funding both for-profit and not-for-profit projects and enterprises. In many cases, the 'wisdom of the crowd' has proved a very successful way of identifying successful new ventures. This article presents an overview and considers the tax implications with a focus on the UK prespective
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In: Derivatives and financial instruments. - Amsterdam. - Vol. 16 (2014),
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  • Cape, J
  • Dayananda, H
Geographic coverage
  • European Union
  • Europe
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English
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  • crowdfunding
  • financing
  • investment
  • income tax
  • VAT
  • loan
  • interest
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Tax and crowdfunding : is the United Kingdom getting lost in the crowd?
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Tax and crowdfunding : is the United Kingdom getting lost in the crowd?
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