Are you a Nova Scotia entrepreneur pitching for investment in your small business? You might want to consider adding a tax credit benefit for investors to your pitch by registering your business under Nova Scotia’s provincial investor tax credit programs.
Every Atlantic Canadian Province has some form of an investor tax credit program. For the answers to the 5 questions that small businesses seeking investment most frequently ask about the Nova Scotia investor tax credit program and those in the other Atlantic Canada Provinces, read McInnes Cooper’s Legal Update: Looking For Investment? 5 Investee FAQs About Atlantic Canada’s Small Business Investor Tax Credit Programs. You can read all of McInnes Cooper’s Publications here.
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About the author:
Julie Robinson is a lawyer with McInnes Cooper and a member of its Entrepreneurial Services, Corporate and Business and Corporate Securities & Finance Teams. Julie regularly works with start-ups and investors on venture capital financings and acts for companies in relation to private placements and public offerings of securities, mergers and acquisitions and securities regulatory compliance matters. You can reach Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org.