"A really good overview to consolidate the key points of the new proposed legislation"
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Richard William, Farm Tax Brief will discuss 5 year averaging and the future of APR and BPR
Learn what the extension of ATED will mean for farmhouses and gain practical tips to prepare for April 2016
Join Matthew Wood and Paul Fairbairn, Withers for top guidance on how to maximise available reliefs
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.