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Webinar: Succession and tax: What to consider when planning

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Our highly experienced team of accounting and finance experts advise thousands of farmers every day and many of the team are from farming backgrounds so understand the challenges that come with running a farm.

We are unique in the farming industry with local offices and local people, which means we are part of the community, your community, we understand local situations and have local contacts, supported by a national network of offices across the UK.

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Farmers Weekly and Baldwins have partnered to bring you Succession and Tax – What to consider when planning.

Failure to plan adequately for succession represents one of the biggest risks to otherwise successful businesses. Without a plan in place, they can be crippled by the sudden loss of key personnel.

But ultimately does this mean for you?

We have invited three well-informed experts to provide an overview:

Liz Jones a Partner and Chartered Tax Advisor at Baldwins shares an insight into the most important aspects of tax planning, highlight some of the planning do’s and don’ts and tell you what to watch out for.

Ian Smale, a Tax Specialist from Baldwins who holds in-depth technical knowledge on Capital Gains.

Clive Beer who is Head of Savills UK Rural Professional Services, focuses on the current context of inter-family litigation, why families get succession wrong and what makes for successful family succession.