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Rural Business | July 2017

July 2017

Our July issue of Rural Business contains the following articles:

What does the future hold for subsidies?
We consider what the subsidy regime for farmers might look like after the UK leaves the EU.

The National Minimum Wage: pitfalls for businesses
We highlight some key points to note for rural businesses, especially those employing seasonal workers and casual staff such as beaters.

What if HMRC queries your tax return?

The government has said that HMRC’s approach to the wealthiest tax payers should be tougher. Our article looks at how to deal with HMRC enquiries.

The hidden cost of seasonal grazing
A recent tax case has highlighted the pitfalls that lurk for the unwary landowner who lets land for seasonal grazing.

Planning consent, permitted development rights and VAT relief
We consider the challenges to obtaining VAT reliefs for the construction of new homes and dwelling conversions.

Are your debts deductible for inheritance tax?
A reminder of the 2013 changes to the way that liabilities are treated when calculating the value of a death estate that is subject to inheritance tax.

In brief
We look at: the need to revalue properties affected by the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED); the Finance Bill and the June general election; the new anti-money laundering regime for trusts; and the changes to the People with Significant Control regime.

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