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The Agricultural Representative Bodies update

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The Agricultural Representatives Bodies is a group of organisations who meet bi-annually to discuss topical tax issues in the rural sector with the intention of trying to form a united view which can be expressed to HMRC.

Chair's welcome

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Chair Mike Dyer, Kreston Reeves, welcomes you to this edition of the Farming and Rural Business Group newsletter.

Reflections on entrepreneurs' relief

Farmers have been able to claim entrepreneurs’ relief (ER) on qualifying gains made since 5 April 2008, paying just 10% tax. This article reflects on the conditions with references made to case decisions.

Farming and Rural Business annual conference: 20-20 vision

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the group's annual conference we look to the future and the effect of Brexit on agriculture. This year’s conference takes place on Wednesday 20 September 2017 at Chartered Accountants’ Hall, London.

Chairman's welcome

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Chairman Mike Dyer announces the date of the 2017 annual conference and an opportunity to join the Farming and Rural Business Group committee.

CAAV/ICAEW annual dinner

Liz Peters reports back on this year's over-dinner topics which ranged from Brexit to inheritance tax.

Capital gains upper rate on residential property

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This article deals with the legislation in the Finance Bill (No 2) 2016 covering the upper rate of 28% capital gains tax on residential property gains from 6 April 2016 and the HMRC’s response to concerns that this could be interpreted as applying to the whole farm.

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