Our July issue of Rural Business contains the following articles:
A brave new world? The tax implications of Brexit
We are still some way from a clear picture of what the post-Brexit tax landscape might look like. We consider some of the likely areas for change.
Capital gains tax changes
There have been a number of recent capital gains tax changes, including tweaks to Entrepreneurs' Relief. We look at what these mean for rural businesses and landowners.
Tax relief on finance costs: what is just and reasonable?
Where loans were taken to fund a mixture of activities, there is a requirement for businesses to apportion the loan interest in a 'just and reasonable' way. But what does this mean?
The taxation of trusts following Finance Act 2006
Our article looks at the impact of changes to the inheritance tax treatment of trusts that were announced in 20016. Some trusts are now facing their first 10-year charge.
Proposals to extend VAT grouping
Changes to the rules on VAT grouping could be of benefit to some rural businesses. We outline why.
A brief guide to pension allowances
Our brief overview looks at the pension savings limits and allowances.
What is Investors' Relief
Investors' Relief was introduced in the 2016 Budget. We summarise this valuable capital gains tax relief for certain types of investors.
We include: the government's move to real time digital tax returns in 2020; why companies need a PSC register; new rules affecting objects that were previously exempted from Estate Duty on heritage grounds.
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