Watch it back: ‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Director and Rural Accountant, Neil Cox
Thank you to everyone who joined our ‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A on Friday 1 May, and for those who asked us a question.
In this session we featured the below topics and we’ve highlighted the time they were discussed so you can get to that section with ease.
1st May 2020
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2.11: Introducing Neil Cox, Director and Rural Accountant at Old Mill.
3.31: What are your experiences with clients and the agri-industry currently? What conversations are you having with your clients?
7.01: Have you changed the way you work with your clients because of lock-down and COVID-19?
9.28: Focusing on the future – The Sausage Balloon Effect
10.59: Over the years, has your role changed as a rural accountant?
13.41: The benefits for clients on having the difficult conversations about succession and inheritance tax planning.
17.32: Should I take on additional loans to keep the farm going or push the farm forward?
21.13: What is this scheme, is it relevant to farmers, when does it open and what tips do you have when applying?
30.14: Remember your credit rating status
32.22: Can I use grant money to pay the wages of my furloughed staff? What has been your experience of furloughing in the farming community?
36.05: Can you explain why it is a good idea to get my tax return done early?