Tax aspects of farming trades and the modern, diverse agricultural business

Date:
1 January 2017
Time:
To be confirmed
Location:
To be confirmed

Member price: £136 + VAT

Non - member price: £160.00 + VAT

Please note, the ICAS member discount will be applied after checkout.



2017 dates to be announced.

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Course content

  • Income tax:
    • The nature of farming and farm taxation.
    • Loss relief issues?
    • Business structure?
    • Incorporation issues?
    • Partnership issues
    • Capital Allowances, ABA abolition?
    • Single Farm Payments?
    • Compensation for diseases? BSE/FMD/TB?
  • Capital Gains tax
    • Impact of recent changes.
    • Using the available reliefs.
    • Asset ownership strategies.
  • Inheritance tax
    • Maximising agricultural property relief.
    • APR on farmhouses, current situation.
    • Pre-owned assets tax and farm property?
  • Impact of Farm diversification
    • New sources of income.
    • Tax and diversification.
    • Renewables and tax implications.
    • Effect of Capital Taxation.

An update and refresher on the taxation of farming in the UK and a review of the major tax issues likely to be important to farmers and their professional advisers.

Who should attend?

Partners and staff in professional firms dealing with the compliance and planning aspects of the taxation of farming businesses in the UK on a regular basis.

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Course content

  • Income tax:
    • The nature of farming and farm taxation.
    • Loss relief issues?
    • Business structure?
    • Incorporation issues?
    • Partnership issues.
    • Capital Allowances, ABA abolition?
    • Single Farm Payments?
    • Compensation for diseases? BSE/FMD/TB?
  • Capital Gains tax:
    • Impact of recent changes.
    • Using the available reliefs.
    • Asset ownership strategies.
  • Inheritance tax:
    • Maximising agricultural property relief.
    • APR on farmhouses, current situation.
    • Pre-owned assets tax and farm property?
  • Impact of Farm diversification:
    • New sources of income.
    • Tax and diversification.
    • Renewables and tax implications.
    • Effect of Capital Taxation.

Location

To be confirmed

Contacts

BPP
Tel: 0330 060 3303
Email: ldicas@bpp.com

Topics

  • ICAS Tax Professional
  • Scotland
  • Tax
  • Training courses
  • Edinburgh
  • Highlands and Islands
  • Grampian

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