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Farm Tax Conference

Essential Tax Planning for Practitioners Dealing with the Taxation of Farms & Agricultural Land
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Farm Tax Experts include:
Richard Williams Solicitor & Editor FARM TAX BRIEF; TRUSTS AND ESTATES
Jeremy Moody Secretary & Advisor CAAV
Chris Whitehouse Barrister 5 STONE BUILDINGS
Michael Townsend Director, Rural SAVILLS
Hear Post-Budget updates from:
Gary Markham Farmer; Director – Farms & Estates Churchgate Accountants
Shirley Mathieson Partner SAFFERY CHAMPNESS
Nick Stone Partner MILLS & REEVE
Matthew Woods Partner Withers LLP
Updates on CGT, IHT + much more!

CGT, IHT & the available reliefs

Previous Farm Tax delegates said:
"An extremely useful update"
Hamble Group
"Range of speakers, material content were excellent"
Littlejohn LLP
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Consider the Budget and the impact of the Election on Farm Tax

Richard William, Farm Tax Brief will discuss 5 year averaging and the future of APR and BPR

Gain an update on all the key types of tax:
  • IHT
  • CGT
  • VAT and SDLT
  • Capital Allowances
Tax treatment of farmhouses

Learn what the extension of ATED will mean for farmhouses and gain practical tips to prepare for April 2016

 

What reliefs are available?

Join Matthew Wood and Paul Fairbairn, Withers for top guidance on how to maximise available reliefs

The 9th Annual Farm Tax Conference - Latest Guidance and Practical Tips for Taxation of Agricultural Land

5 reasons why you cannot miss this opportunity to gain latest insight at Farm Tax 2015 conference:

View the latest Farm Tax conference agenda here

  1. The first Farm Tax event incorporating all the changes post-Budget and post-Election

  2. Analyse how to prepare for the extension of ATED and other issues relating to the tax treatment of farmhouses

  3. Discuss the latest developments in CGT and IHT including how to maximise APR, BPR and Entrepreneurs’ Relief for farmland

  4. Review tax treatments of common arrangements and structures for farms including how HMRC approaches them

  5. Learn about the consequences of diversifying into renewable energy for taxation 

New for 2015:

  • Post-Budget changes: Entrepreneurs’ Relief and 5 year averaging
  • What does the election mean for farm tax?
  • ATED and farmhouses
  • Review of arrangements and structures for farms
  • Farms in divorce

You will have an opportunity to hear from the top Farm Tax experts, including:

  • Shirley Mathieson, SAFFERY CHAMPNESS
  • Louise Speke, CLA
  • Michael Townsend, SAVILLS
  • David Chismon, SAFFERY CHAMPNESS
  • Graham Elliott, WITHERS
  • Nicholas Pawson, FARMER
  • Matthew Woods, WITHERS
  • Charles Hardcastle, CARTER JONAS
  • Nick Stone, MILLS & REEVE
  • Chris Whitehouse, 5 STONE BUILDINGS
  • Gary Markham, CHURCHGATE ACCOUNTANTS
  • Richard Williams, FARM TAX BRIEF; TRUSTS AND ESTATES
  • Jeremy Moody, CAAV
  • Paul Fairbairn, WITHERS

Why attend IBC's 9th Annual Farm Tax Conference:

In the 2015 Budget, the Chancellor announced that self-employed farmers will be allowed to average their profits for tax purposes over five years. This move, aimed to counter income volatility, is welcomed by many.

At the same time, the attitudes towards reliefs are toughening, with reform of APR once again on the political agenda. With the looming general election, there is increased uncertainty about how farmers can minimise their tax burden.

IBC and FarmTaxBrief are delighted to bring you this essential Farm Tax Conference, the first event incorporating changes post-election and post-budget, to discuss the latest developments in agricultural tax and offer you practical strategies to address them. 

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(updated 24 May 2015)

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