Rural and agriculture sector – averaging – case study
Farming businesses are unique and require specialist understanding of the tax rules for both business and farming.
Rural and agriculture sector – bookkeeping – case study
We will work alongside you to improve your business records and make the process as efficient as possible.
Rural and agriculture sector – establishing a valuable relationship
We understand that running a business and maintaining the books can be a burden.
Rural and agriculture sector – Entrepreneur’s Relief – case study
A case study illustrating how dealing with transactions in the correct order means Entrepreneur's Relief can be achieved.
Rural and agriculture sector – achieving Entrepreneur’s Relief – fact sheet
Achieving Entrepreneur's Relief requires more than just the disposal of business assets and farmers are no exception.
Rural and agriculture sector – expanding the partnership to cut tax – case study
This case study shows how we were able to help a family who wanted to take action to avoid paying 40% tax.
Rural and agriculture sector – farming partnerships – case study
There are a large number of farming partnerships in existence in England and Wales. The use of partnerships amongst farming communities reflects their flexibility and the relative 'light touch' when it comes to partnership regulation.
Rural and agriculture sector – ways of lowering tax – case study
A case study illustrating how a farming partnership grows profits and finds way to slash 30% off tax bill.
Academy schools update – Winter 2014/15
Our latest update draws your attention to the increased focus the EFA are placing on connected party transactions, whilst answering the questions regarding extra contractual payments, honorarium payments, bonuses and the provision of vouchers and other Christmas gifts to staff.
UHY’s comments on the exposure draft charities SORP
The new SORP will have a significant effect on the future of UK financial accounting and reporting for charities and other not-for-profit organisations. We at UHY Hacker Young are well aware of this and, therefore, submitted our comments to the Charity Commission during the consultation period.