CavanaghKelly are delighted to continue their involvement in seminars raising awareness of the importance of business planning and risk management in Farming Business. Dates and venues have now been released for seminars being held in January.
The seminars, which launched in November, have proved to be a great success in raising awareness of taxation including the main areas under which there may be liabilities, reliefs and allowances that may apply to farm businesses and recent tax changes that will impact on the farm business including land mobility.
They also provide farmers with important information on succession planning and business resilience and risk management including financial budgeting, forecasting and the impact of market volatility on farm profitability.
The seminars have been organised by CAFRE in partnership with Rural Support and are being delivered as part of the Farm Family Key Skills (FFKS). The FFKS initiative is being managed by CAFRE and is a key element of the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020.
Six seminars will be delivered throughout January. Doors open at 7.30pm amd events will start at 8pm*
|Monday 15 January||Canal Court Newry||Doors open 7.30pm|
|Wednesday 17 January||Kilmorey Arms Hotel, Kilkeel||Doors open 7.30pm|
|Tuesday 23 January||Benedy Community Centre, Dungiven||Doors open 7.30pm|
|Wednesday 24 January||Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (afbi), Hillsborough||Doors open 7.30pm|
|Thursday 25 January||Donn Carragh Hotel, Lisnaskea||Doors open 7.30pm|
|Tuesday 30 January||Fir Trees Hotel, Strabane||Doors open 7.30pm|
*all details correct at time of publishing - please confirm details with Rural Support at time of registering interest.
The seminars are free to farmers, members of the farm family and employees.
Grandparents, uncles, aunts, brothers and sisters within farm families would all benefit from attending a seminar.
For further information please contact the delivery agent for this training programme - Rural Support - on 028 8676 0040.
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