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Julie Butler FCA, Joint Managing Partner and Fred Butler MSc ATT, Senior Tax Manager - Farm and Equine Department, look at the tax issues related to a meadow or paddock adjoining a main residence.Published in TAXATION
Tax protection of the “pony paddocks”
Julie Butler FCA, Joint Managing Partner looks at the tax considerations of owning a paddock next to your house.Reproduced by kind permission of LawSkills Ltd from their website (www.lawskills.co.uk). A site dedicated to helping Private Client Practitioners.
Stock Valuations and Loss Claims
Julie Butler FCA, Joint Managing Partner, looks at why advisers must act fast to undertake a full fact find to help their equine client’s identify the correct stock values, loss claims and tax position for 2019/20 in light of the postponement of the Tokyo Games and coronavirus pandemic.Published in TAXline practical points (125)
Equine Loss Evidence
Julie Butler FCA looks at the negative statistics, regarding the profitability of breeders, in the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) review of buying and selling practices of Bloodstock and Racehorses.Published in TAXline Practical Points, Business Taxes (048)
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