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Farming futures – embracing change and seizing opportunities

We would like to invite you to join our complimentary agricultural seminar on Tuesday 22 November, running from 8.00am to 10.45am. This seminar will focus primarily on change and opportunities within the farming sector and will feature speakers from Carter Jonas, Farmplan and UHY Hacker Young. The event will take place at the Sophi Taylor […]

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Which structure is best for your farm?

When structuring your business, do you choose sole trade? Partnership? Or limited company? There are a variety of factors that need to be considered. In this blog, I take a look at the different options. Historically, most farms were relatively small family run businesses which on the whole were best served by operating as partnerships. […]

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Posted in: Business planning

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Capital Gains Traps

Recently both Carter Jonas and UHY have been experiencing an increasing number of instructions and queries relating to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rate reductions for non-residential property from 28% to 20%. Everyone knows that on 6 April 2016 the headline rate of capital gain tax dropped to 20%, right? There are of course a few […]

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First steps into a new future

Talking with farmers in Hertfordshire and the surrounding counties and at Cereals last week, their overriding opinion was to vote out. The votes have been counted and wishes are unfolding. It was predicted that the result would be close, however maybe by a more significant majority than expected, the UK has made its decision and […]

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Cereals 2016

We attended Cereals 2016 on Wednesday 15th June, and it turned out to be the perfect weather for visiting the industry’s leading technical event. It was great to see such a mix of young and old, male and female farmers enjoying the day. Farmers came from all over the country to visit the event, parking […]

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Banking – serviceability remains the key

Matt Long, Relationship Manager at Clydesdale Bank, Bury St Edmunds discusses banking and why serviceability remains the key in June’s guest blog. The ever changing world of farming continues to challenge and drive farming businesses, their professional service providers, and affiliated businesses to act at pace, with an eye on the future, and most importantly […]

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Trusts Must be Bust, says Chancery Division

So regularly at present the media is full of stories of the Courts and Tribunals considering tax avoidance strategies and using “purposive” or “Ramsay” interpretations of the legislation to overturn the attempted tax advantage. But twice in the last month the Chancery division has moved in quite the opposite manner, agreeing to the rescission of […]

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Visit us at Cereals 2016!

Cereals is the industry’s leading technical event, hosted annually on a working arable farm. In 2016 the Cereals event is being held on 15 and 16 June at Chrishall Grange, Nr Duxford in Cambridgeshire. Here you can expect to see around 25,000 fellow farmers, agronomists and industry professionals visiting. There will be over 500 exhibitors spread out over the […]

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