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Acting for Farmers & Landowners - Tax Risks and Opportunities

Thursday, 13 December 2018 14:00 - 17:00

About this Event 

Pricing
Members: £75 
Non-Members: £75 
Students: £20
Retired Members: £75

Course outline
• NPPF2 (National Planning Policy Framework) published July 2018
• Development land planning and protection
• Overage and slice of action schemes
• The equalisation agreement / pooling
• Furnished holiday accommodation – the Graham case
• Vigne – impact on serviced liveries – Upper Tribunal victory
• The importance of the diversified probate valuation
• Woodlands – importance of BPR and APR
• The caravan storage and parks
• BPR 100% and 50%
• APR at only 50% convert to 100%
• Ham v Bell – accounts as evidence
• The importance of the partnership agreement
• The need to understand farm ownership and beneficial interests
• Dispute cases – Davies, Ham, James, Gee and impact on tax 
• The overall operation “mainly holding investments”
• Entrepreneurs’ relief – associated disposals
• Rollover into AIM investments, improvements
• The family investment company (FIC)
• Agricultural Bill impact on tax planning
• Budget AIA planning
• First registration of land and tax planning 
• Sideways loss relief - Naghshineh 

Booking 
Click "register now" to being booking your place on this course. Please be advised that the checkout process accepts credit/debit card only. Should you wish to make your payment via an alternative method, please contact the branch on sheffield@tax.org.uk.

About the Speaker 
Julie Butler, Butler & Co.
Sheffield branch

13 Dec 2018
14:00 - 17:00
Holiday Inn Doncaster (A1)
High Rd
Warmsworth
Doncaster DN4 9UX

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