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Proposed tax reforms could have significant impact on rural landlords and land letting

16 February 2021

We have seen multiple reports over the past couple of years relating to the reform of inheritance tax and capital gains tax, which could have a significant impact on rural communities already facing significant change.

Seven ways to prepare your farming business for 2021 and beyond

20 November 2020

With the Agriculture Act 2020, the farming industry is set to change. The impact will not be immediate for many businesses, but what will the future look like for farming?

Jack Deal

Director

Jack has spent his career advising independent businesses. Jack lead's RSM's rural group and accounting and business advisory team in the East of England. He specialises in independently owned farming businesses, landed estates and fast growing food and drink businesses.

Zoe Martin

Partner

Zoe is a private client tax specialist based in our Swindon office.

The rural community must speak up

21 July 2020

With a growing sense that capital taxes are set for reform, this presents grave concerns for the rural sector which relies on many capital tax reliefs for inter-generational planning. It also comes off the back of changes to subsidy support, trade tariffs and labour restrictions which already pose their own challenges. It is crucial therefore that the Office of Tax Simplification consults with the rural community and that the rural community voices its concerns.

Simon Jones

Associate Director

Simon specialises in private client tax, working with HNWIs, entrepreneurs and those with complex tax affairs, with a particular focus on rural and professional services businesses.

Changes to the tax regime post-coronavirus: 10 ways the rural sector could be affected
Sharon Omer Kaye

20 July 2020

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has estimated that the coronavirus pandemic will increase government borrowing by almost £300bn in 2020-21. For context, provisional figures for 2019-20 show HMRC’s total tax take was £634.7bn across all taxes.

Tyrone Courtman

Partner

Tyrone is a Partner based in Leicester and is an expert in Restructuring, a Chartered Accountant and a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner. He is well known and highly regarded across the East Midlands/Midlands business community and has extensive experience in financial restructuring and recovery across various sectors.

Tariff schedule gives UK businesses two-week window for no deal Brexit planning
Brad Ashton

13 March 2019

Brad Ashton, Customs and International Trade partner at RSM UK comments on the publication today of the UK's temporary tariff regime to apply in the event of a no deal Brexit.

When is a barn not a barn?

25 February 2019

The complexity of the capital allowances regime could be restricting claims in the agricultural sector, but a recent tribunal decision highlights the fiscal benefits of understanding the criteria and persisting with a claim.

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