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Accountants for Agribusiness

Specialist agricultural and rural accountants providing support and business advice.

We act for a range of landed estates, farming, horticultural and rural businesses, advising them on a range of issues affecting their businesses whether it is trusts, VAT, mixed farming, diversification, treatment of expenditure on farm and other commercial buildings, rental portfolios or the use of companies.

We understand that the rural and agriculture sector is a specialist sector, having unique practices and conventions, making rural enterprises unlike other commercial enterprises. Our approach to each client is therefore tailored to recognise your unique circumstances. This is why we always build up an in-depth knowledge of your business so that we can tailor our services accordingly and add value wherever possible.

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We provide specialist accountancy and commercial advisory services to farmers and landowners including;

  • Succession planning especially for family farms
  • Advice on Inheritance tax and trusts for family farms
  • Raising finance and commercial guidance to develop and diversify the farm
  • Tax advice on property and land to make the most of all tax allowances
  • Specialist VAT advice
  • Advice on specialist agricultural loans and reliefs
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