Danny Clifford

DANNY Clifford, tax and trusts partner at Ensors Chartered Accountants has been elected to the Country Landowners Association (CLA) taxation sub-committee with effect from December 1, 2009.

DANNY Clifford, tax and trusts partner at Ensors Chartered Accountants has been elected to the Country Landowners Association (CLA) taxation sub-committee with effect from December 1, 2009.

Founded in 1907, the CLA is the membership organisation for owners of land, property and businesses in rural England and Wales and has more than 4,500 members in the eastern region alone.

The taxation policy committee works to “rural proof” the complexities of taxation legislation, analysing the implications for the members and, as appropriate, assist the CLA to lobby parliament (both in the EU and UK) on key issues of the day.

“One of the key factors in Danny's election is his ability to distil down today's highly complicated taxation issues and present them in clear straight forward way”, said eastern regional director Nicola Currie.


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“He will be a great asset to the Country Land & Business Association, helping us in our work to protect the interests of the rural economy.”

Mr Clifford said: “I am delighted to have been elected and look forward to working with the CLA and its members. Many of the policy decisions taken by the Government have unique and far reaching consequences for the rural economy that are often overlooked during formulation and, quite often, not fully understood by clients.

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“I already work closely with many local landowners formulating their tax planning strategies and it seems a natural progression to incorporate this into the CLA.”

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