Interested in Angel Investing?
Do you often wonder how to get started as an angel investor?
Do you want to support local tech startups?
Angel Investing is a high risk investment sector that can have potential high rewards and returns.
Assessing Your Options
As you save up money you may often look at various options to get a return.
At the moment with bank rates being poor, more and more people are looking to find other ways to save.
There are a wide range of options for investing. And when thinking of the best options for investment it’s key to think through how long you would like your money to be invested for; along side if you want to get easy access to your money combined with the level of risk you are willing to take.
Angel investing takes time to get returns and to get access to your money. And there is a high risk that you won’t get your money back.
The risk of angel investing can be off set by the SEIS / EIS government tax break incentives.
Getting started as an angel investor starts by connecting with both start-ups you are interested in and angel investors that have been there and done it.
You don’t need a large amount of money to get started as an angel investor but you do have to be comfortable that you may loose all your investment.
On the up side, if the startup does well the returns can be a multiple bigger than traditional banks and other investments.
NOTE: Raise is not a financial advisor and it it up to each angel investor to understand the risk of investing, carry out the appropriate due diligence on the company. Raise does not provide advice on any particular opportunities.