Farms: CGT and ascertained value for accounts

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With farmland values remaining high and some farmers looking to sell farmland, sometimes in small blocks, the base cost for capital gains tax (CGT) becomes a key consideration. Julie Butler, joint managing partner at Butler and Co, examines the accounting and tax planning priorities

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