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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Tax Planning for Farm and Land Diversification 4th ed isbn 9781780439792

Tax Planning for Farm and Land Diversification 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781845924850
New Edition ISBN: 9781780439792
Previous Edition ISBN: 0754522180
Published: May 2011
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Tax Planning for Farm and Land Diversification offers practical help and guidance to ensure that farmers and landowners take full advantage of tax planning opportunities. It is a pragmatic and strategic guide, written in an accessible and user-friendly style.

This edition provides valuable guidance on the tax consequences of pursuing alternative types of farming and land use rather than traditional methods.

There are many tax issues relating to the diversification of farmland and this book is a comprehensive guide to the tax benefits and pitfalls applicable to farmers.

Property Law, Taxation
1. Farming and the need for diversification
2. Diversification - alternative land use, grants and impact on the basic tax planning
3. Obtaining planning permission
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 framing, farm business tenancies and other farming business agreements
12. Hobby and lifestyle farming and use of farming losses
13. Planning the best use 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. Wills
19. Miscellaneous
20. Single farm payment - the tax implications