Capital gains tax

Capital gains tax (CGT) planning is a must for anyone who is intending to make a disposal of a business asset, for example agricultural land and buildings.

Capital gains tax (CGT) planning is a must for anyone who is intending to make a disposal of a business asset, for example agricultural land and buildings.

As experts in tax and accounting for the farming community, we can advise on the specific tax allowances and reliefs that may be available to you.

We are able to advise on this complex issue to ensure that maximum relief is obtained where available, keeping your tax liability to a minimum.

It is important to seek timely advice when planning to minimise CGT – please speak to us for assistance.

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