Consultation outcome

Income Tax: Extension of averaging period for farmers

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Income Tax: Extension of averaging period for farmers - summary of responses

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Detail of outcome

Following consultation over the summer, the government is publishing its response, setting out how extension to the period over which farmers may average their profits will be introduced in April 2016.

Original consultation

Summary

Consultation on the extension of the averaging period for farmers’ profits to 5 years.

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Consultation description

The government announced an extension of the averaging period for farmers to 5 years.

This consultation explores ways in which the extension could be designed and implemented.

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Income Tax: Extension of averaging period for farmers

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Published 8 July 2015
Last updated 9 December 2015 + show all updates
  1. Summary of responses published.
  2. First published.