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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Farmers – an update with Bob Trunchion

Date: 26 September 2019 13:30 - 17:00

Type: Audit Assurance and Financial Reporting, Course, Tax

Organiser: Cumberland

Anyone needing an update into the sector as it goes through a period of dramatic change.

A course to review and provide an update on the particular UK accounting and tax regime applicable to farmers. The course identifies some of the controversial and risk areas of tax planning and compliance for these clients.

Course information

Content will include:

  • Where is farming today – diversification and tax impacts
  • Succession planning, partnership agreements, divorce and death!
  • Where are we on Brexit and the consequences for Agriculture – The Agriculture Bill
  • Loss reliefs general and special legislation – “all one trade”, averaging etc – the HMRC attacks on losses
  • Capital expenditure reliefs
  • Basic payments and their phasing out and other subsidies
  • Alternative farming arrangements – Share Farming and Contracting
  • Farmhouses and IHT planning
  • Where are we with BPR and APR with relevant case updates
  • Entrepreneurs Relief and CGT planning
  • The potential for Compliance checks and enquiries
Rate Cost
Price £75.00 + VAT
Retired Member £37.50 + VAT
Career Break Member £37.50 + VAT

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Bob Trunchion

Bob Trunchion

As head of tax training at Macintyre Hudson Advisory Services and a consultant for MHA Macintyre Hudson (as a Tax Partner), Bob is ideally placed to bring his expertise to delegates seeking greater understanding of issues such as capital tax planning, the tax implications of buying and selling companies, and trusts and share valuation work. Bob acquired an MSc in Management Science at Imperial before qualifying as a chartered accountant with Coopers and Lybrand – now PwC. Since joining MHA Macintyre Hudson, he has become a recognised authority on the ever-changing tax landscape; with national media keen to solicit his opinion on inheritance tax and other tax related matters.

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