A Wrexham event looks to unlock the mystery about tax and succession for farmers and land-related businesses and advise businesspeople how they can plan for the future. “It’s one of the most important decisions for farming businesses – and certainly critical to prepare particularly at this time of change for the agricultural community in the face of Brexit,” says Louise Speke, Chief Tax Advisor for the Country Land & Business Association (CLA) which has over 30,000 members in both England and Wales. The event takes place between 10.30am and 1.00pm on 28 March at the Ramada Plaza, Ellice Way, Wrexham LL13 7YH.
Louise Speke will be joined by experts in law and mediation, Alison Stace, Managing Director, and Mark Evans, Director of Allington Hughes, Wrexham and Chester who will share her experience of working with farmers to plan their tax affairs. “Planning a smooth transition for your assets to your successors is a vital part of business-planning,” Louise adds.
This essential event will also examine the use of wills and trusts and the important role that Lasting Powers of Attorney can play in planning for the future.” Camilla continues, “Managing wills that may be open-to-interpretation, contentious wills, or managing issues with executors can be emotionally difficult and costly. This event looks at ways in which difficulties can be avoided and smooth transitions can be brought about.”
Reservations can be made for this event by calling the CLA on 01547 317085 and asking for Derek Keeble or via the website www.cla.org.uk