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Landed Estates Annual Review 2017

March 2017

The Landed Estates Annual Review highlights the challenges and opportunities for the year, and covers a wide range of topics affecting those operating in the sector.

Our articles in the 2017 issue are:

Brexit: threat or opportunity for farmers and landowners?
Jeremy Moody, secretary and adviser to the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers, gives us his thoughts on what the future might hold

The HHA looks to the future
An interview with James Birch, the new President of the Historic Houses Association

An entrepreneurial spirit
We take a look at an example of diversification on a traditional Highland estate

In good company?
With an increasingly divergent tax system and far more information now being made available publicly, how best to structure your business interests can become a complex decision

Accounting for natural capital
Phil Cryle of eftec explains how UK estates can better assess, understand and communicate the long-term benefits of their environmental management programmes

How to remove a VAT option to tax
What should a business do if it wants to get rid of a VAT option to tax?

Divorce and its tax pitfalls
We return to our fictional estate owning family, the Summerton Winters, to discover that the next financial issue the family is having to deal with is brought about by the decision of Ted and Angela to divorce



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