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Farm succession

 

Succession planning is one of the most important, yet one of the most neglected, issues facing farming families in the UK.

The average age of farmers is 59, and there are few opportunities for new entrants – yet many families shy away from tackling the question of who will take over the family farm.

Talking about succession can be difficult as it often involves sensitive and emotional subjects.

See the advice on how to get started with the conversation, read the latest information on succession and start planning your farm’s future.

 

Events

Farm Succession Planning

7 December 2017

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In the headlines

Northern Ireland gets funding to help with farm succession problem

Farmer Focus: Succession plan to secure future

EU may face succession crisis with a third of farmers over 65

No succession plan for 70% of young farmers, survey reveals

 

First steps

Planning

Farm succession: How to start the conversation

How to manage a farm succession handover

Top tips for handing your farm on to the next generation

Alternative ways to manage farm succession

 

Helping overcome business challenges

How to tie up legal and tax succession issues

How setting up a company can help succession and diversification

Key tips on understanding the legal intricacies and tax implications for your business.

Create a stronger and more profitable business for the next generation.

 

 

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