TIME is delighted to announce that we have today launched TIME:AIM, our innovative opportunity for investing in AIM tax efficiently.

TIME:AIM uses our unique ‘Smart Passive’ approach in selecting companies listed on AIM for inclusion within the investment portfolios we create for investors. Designed to offer lower volatility returns than the AIM market, TIME:AIM will only target AIM listed companies that qualify for Business Property Relief (BPR).


SMART
because we use an innovative, defensive market screening process
PASSIVE because we remove stock-picker bias and ignore market sentiment

 

A welcome secondary benefit of this approach is that we are able to offer this service at around half the annual management fee of many of the traditional AIM BPR fund managers. We believe our service creates a robust portfolio that will allow investors the opportunity for significant growth potential and mitigation of their Inheritance Tax (IHT) liability after only two years.

 

Find out more about TIME:AIM

 

Key features:

• Available within an ISA and non-ISA wrapper
• IHT relief in just two years
• Focus on reducing volatility
• Removal of stock picker bias
• Lower cost than traditional AIM services

 

 

If you have any questions or would like to find out about TIME:AIM, please contact us on 020 7391 4747 or questions@time-investments.com.

Posted: 12/09/2016 Categories: Inheritance Tax, News, TIME:AIM

Terms and Conditions

TIME does not accept direct investment. If you wish to invest in one of our solutions you will need to take advice from an authorised financial adviser. Nothing within this website is intended to constitute investment, tax or legal advice. Our solutions place your capital at risk and you may not get back the full amount invested. Tax treatment may be subject to change and depends on the individual circumstances of each investor. The availability of tax reliefs also depends on the investee companies maintaining their qualifying status. Neither past performance or forecasts are reliable indicators of future results and should not be relied upon. Unquoted or smaller company shares are likely to have higher volatility and liquidity risks than other types of shares quoted on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange.