Robert Chalmers of Ashton KCJ

Business Law: Don’t get caught out over reliefs, warns Robert Chalmers

The changes in farming practices over the last few decades have encouraged farmers to make better use of their buildings and land, often for non agricultural purposes.

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Clare Richards of Barker Gotelee.

Business Law: Clare Richards explains why an exit strategy requires careful planning

In a successful owner managed company, there’s likely to be a point when the shareholders want to exit and realise the capital value of their shares.

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Peter Harrup of BDO LLP.

Business Finance: Peter Harrup warns of changes in the importy duty regime

International trade continues to be a driving force of the world’s economy, and importing goods into the UK is common practice for many local manufacturers and their supply chain.

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Andrew West of Gotelee Solicitors

Business Law: Andrew West on the potential extension of equality law to include obesity

The current UK equality laws do not protect people who are discriminated against because of their size or weight. To amount to a disability, there has to be a physical or mental impairment which has lasted (or will last) 12 months or more and which has a significant impact on normal day to day activities.

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Wayne Neale of Larking Gowen.

Business Finance: Wayne Neale explains changes in VAT payments

If you are in the business of delivering content online to consumers in the EU, eg ebooks, online media and software, new years day is potentially going to bring on the first major headache of the year, even for non drinkers.

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