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The chancellor’s Autumn Statement, delivered today (25 November), looks like a mixed bag for farmers, with more detail needed, say advisers.  “There were no positive or negative changes for wholly trading farming businesses announced in the autumn statement, said Peter Griffiths, tax director at Hazelwoods. “However, as usual the detail will need to be analysed to confirm there is nothing in the small print.” Sam Kirkham, partner at Albert Goodman, added: “The budget so far seems pretty uneventful for farmers, but […]
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