Rural Business and Farm Tax Update

Rural Business and Farm Tax Update – Autumn Budget to Spring Statement

Web class Online, 15 Dec 2015

The Autumn Statement was delivered by Chancellor George Osborne on 3 December this year. This web class will be delivered two weeks after the Chancellor has published the government’s review of the economy, on Tuesday 15 December, 09.00 to 10.30 GMT

It provides an excellent opportunity to look forward to what we can expect in the 2015 Spring Budget, and to take stock of any important tax planning opportunities which should not be missed before the end of the tax year in April.  In recent years the Autumn Statement has become just as important as the Budget itself, sometimes containing far more important statements concerning taxation, tax rates and the general thrust of economic policy.

Follow this link for further details. Or go to this url:

http://www.rics.org/uk/training-events/e-learning/web-classes/rural-business-and-farm-tax-update—autumn-budget-to-spring-statement/online/

Learning outcomes

  • Evaluate the impact of the Autumn Statement on farm businesses and the business structures associated with them
  • Evaluate the impact of the Autumn Statement on rural estates and related enterprises
  • Apply the latest rates and rules for the assessment of Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax
  • Advise on the wider economic and financial implications of current tax policy for rural estate and farm business management.

Who Should Attend

  • Valuers
  • Estate Managers
  • Rural and agricultural valuers
  • Farm business consultants
  • Anybody whose livelihood is affected by the workings of the UK tax system.

Web Class Pre-requisites

Some familiarity with Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax and VAT will be helpful, as well as some of the other taxes which can affect land transactions eg SDLT.

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