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HMRC lose in relation to input VAT for Single Farm Payment Entitlement (SFPE)

HMRC have recently lost an important case concerning whether a farmer could reclaim input tax incurred on the purchase of units of Single Farm Payment Entitlement (SFPE). The SFPE units are tradable and the business claimed a VAT repayment. HMRC argued that the SFPE units were not services used or to be used for the […]

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Top 5 bookkeeping errors that accountants come across and how to prevent them

Whilst preparing clients’ accounts we often come across a variety of errors. Most of these can be easily prevented and can not only save your accountants time and therefore reduce costs but also improve the management information that you are using throughout the year.     1. Review your outstanding invoices and receipts By running […]

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Past, Present and Future – Protecting Your Farm

Past, Present and Future – Protecting Your Farm 25 February 2016, British Racing School  We would like to invite you to join our complimentary agricultural seminar on Thursday 25 February, running from 8.00am to 10.00am. This seminar will focus primarily on succession planning featuring speakers from Greenwoods Solicitors LLP, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors and UHY Hacker […]

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Funding awarded to East Herts Council to boost rural economy

The Eastern Plateau (EP) Programme, funded by the European Commission and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), has been allocated £1.8 million to invest in local farm businesses, tourism, community service providers and micro enterprises up until December 2020. The objective of the programme is to grow the rural economy of the […]

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Tomorrow’s Food

Tomorrow’s Food is an interesting television programme on BBC 1. It is giving us an insight into how we are going to feed a growing world population and it is not from farming as we currently know it. If you have not seen the first 2 programmes in this three part series I would recommend […]

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Farming Business Benchmarked – Breakfast Seminar

Farming Business Benchmarked – Breakfast Seminar 24 November 2015, Jordans Mill Join us at our free agricultural seminar on Tuesday 24 November, running from 8-10am This seminar will focus primarily on how to benchmark your business and make the most of the specialist professionals available to you. The event will take place at Jordans Mill, […]

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