As part of the Farms Advice Podcast series Beyond the Tax Return. We’re joined by Jack Hayes from Byfields Business Advisers to discuss how we can better plan our taxes on farms when it comes to the end of the financial year or even each quarter. It’s a topic that isn’t discussed between neighbors so that’s why we’re jumping in to see how we can plan ahead. Remember economic decisions first, tax benefits second. Tune in and share this episode with another farmer.
As part of our “Beyond the Tax Return” series Byfields has sponsored this segment to bring you as farmers the tools and knowledge you need to make a successful agribusiness. This episode does not constitute financial advice and is only intended for general advice only. If you need more information please contact your adviser or the Byfields team for their expertise. Now let’s get on with the show!
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