Across Northern Ireland, farmers and their family members have been taking up the opportunity to learn more about the business planning issues facing farmers today.
The Taxation and Succession Planning seminars have been jointly arranged between CAFRE and Rural Support under the Farm Family Key Skills (FFKS) Initiative which is partly funded by the EU under the NIRDP 2014-2020.
CavanaghKelly are pleased to have been invovled and to help to raise awareness of the importance of some of the key issues relevant to Farming Business. These include the need for financial budgeting and forecasting, the need to develop a succession plan and making a will as well as a range of tax and debt management tips.
9 seminars will be delivered throughout February.*
|Monday 5 February||CAFRE Campus - Greenmout, Antrim||8pm|
|Tuesday 6 February||CAFRE Campus - Loughry, Cookstown||8pm|
|Monday 12 February||Carrickmore Community Centre||8pm|
|Tuesday 13 February||CAFRE Campus - Enniskillen||1.30pm|
|Thursday 15 February||CAFRE Campus - Greenmount, Antrim||1.30pm|
|Wednesday 21 February||Strangford Arms Hotel||8pm|
|Thursday 22 February||Freils Pub Swatragh||8pm|
|Tuesday 27 February||Armagh City Hotel||8pm|
|Wednesday 28 February||Cushendall Old School House||8pm|
*all details are 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, 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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