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Tax Planning for Farm and Land Diversification 4th ed


ISBN13: 9781780439792
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781845924850
Published: January 2016
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £130.00



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This well respected title examines traditional farming and diversification in the light of tax and planning procedures. It explores the current trend to diversify away from pure food production, and the turn toward alternative land use for the purpose of profitable enterprise. It also covers forms of tax planning that are necessary to cope with the upheavals facing all those in farming communities.

This new edition picks up on a number of important legislative developments and new cases since the last edition was published in 2011 including the following:

  • Loss claim restriction to 25%
  • Farmhouse update – Golding and Hanson
  • The demise of the corporate partner
  • More impact of Permitted Development Rights and developing buildings
  • ATED and the farmhouse – the implications of the lowering of the ATED threshold on farmhouses held in companies
  • Repairs – impact of Pratt, Hopegear and Cairnsmill cases which all address the question of whether expenditure on the farm is revenue or capital expenditure
  • CAP Reform update – movement from the Single Payment Scheme to the Basic Payment Scheme and the 'Active Farmer' criteria
  • Guidance on the new permitted development rights rules that came into force in April 2014 allowing the conversion of farm buildings into up to three residential properties without going through the full planning process
  • Options for farmers following moves by HMRC to deny APR in situations where farmers have not been actively involved in farming in the two years before death.
  • Guidance on Associated Disposal rules for partnership advantages and achieving entrepreneurs' relief
  • Importance of BPR – analysis of the Zetland vs HMRC case
  • Capital allowances and the farm buildings ~ maximising the claim AIA (Annual Investment Allowance Claim) at £500k
  • Guidance on the need for robust partnership agreements with reference to Ham vs Ham

Subjects:
Property Law, Taxation
Contents:
Preface
1) Farming and the need for diversification
2) Diversification – alternative land use, grants, risks to farming families and impact on the basic tax planning
3) Wills
4) Protecting the tax position of the farmhouse
5) Protecting the farm's assets
6) Diversification – the reality
7) Tax planning for fixed assets and stock incorporating the phasing out of quota
8) To incorporate or not to incorporate?
9) Planning for VAT
10) The 'reluctant' and 'lifestyle' farmer
11) Share farming, contract farming, farm business tenancies and other farming business agreements
12) Hobby and lifestyle farming and use of farming losses
13) Planning the best use of APR and BPR for inheritance tax
14) Planning property disposals tax efficiently
15) Farmland and buildings – the letting activity
16) Divorce and farming
17) Trusts
18) Miscellaneous – sundry planning points