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Webinar: Capital gains tax reform threatening the future of the family farm

Our Tax and Agricultural experts will be delving in to what CGT reform means for rural businesses and sharing their thoughts and recommendations.

The webinar will be covering:

  • Impact CGT reform will have on succession planning.
  • Annual exemptions & Business Asset Disposal Relief (BADR).
  • Potential Inheritance Tax (IHT) changes.

There will also be an opportunity to ask our experts questions during a live Q&A session.


Thursday, November 19 2020

9:00am - 9:30am

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Graham Boar

As a tax partner, Graham is responsible for private clients across our offices in the East of England, both ensuring that tax compliance obligations are met and providing advisory services. He is also responsible for supervising and controlling all probate related and estate administration work within the firm.

Ed Gedney

Ed Gedney heads up our Rural Department at UHY Hacker Young and is a key part of the department’s strategic and commercial plans for the development of this sector and its service offering. Ed started his career advising a wide variety of clients in practice before spending many years working in industry, predominantly as a Finance Director but also including periods in other leadership and business development roles.

Tim Maris

Tim is our Rural and Agricultural Partner at UHY Hacker Young and has over 22 years’ experience working in the Agricultural sector. Tim has a portfolio of primarily owner managed Agricultural businesses, and enjoys providing business and tax planning advice to both corporate clients and individuals.