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Forestry and Renewable Energy Tax Considerations with IFAC

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Join us on Tuesday, 19th October for a session on Forestry and Renewable Energy Tax Considerations with ifac.

 

We are delighted to have this session be delivered by Declan McEvoy, Head of Tax at ifac. During the session, Declan will look at the tax considerations affecting both the forestry and renewable energy sectors, including;

 

 - Tax issues on forestry (Income Tax, RCT, VAT, and more)

 - Top tax planning tips around forestry

 - Tax effect and structure of leasing your land for solar and wind

 - Opportunities and risks of renewable energy land leasing

 - The changes needed to make it more attractive to the farmer

 

About Declan McEvoy

Declan has extensive experience and expertise in personal and corporate tax planning, estate and succession planning, tax based investment and financial structuring for family and farm businesses.

A leading authority on farm taxation, Declan has written and lectured extensively and frequently contributes to business and farm publications and the general media. He was the author of ‘Farm Succession – Is it time to get everyone around the table?’ and ‘Farm Business structures – Find the one that’s right for you’ as well as co-author of ‘Farming in a Limited Company – is it right for you?'

Declan is also an Irish Tax Institute Registered Tax Consultant and frequently speaks at national seminars and client workshops and presents on Agri issues at seminars for CPD.

Event details
Sector: Other
Date: 19 October 2021
End Date: 19 October 2021
Time:13:00 - 14:00
Duration: 1 hour
Venue: Online
Capacity: 500
CPD Units*: 1
*CPD Units are only verifiable if the event attended provides skills and/or knowledge relevant to your job or career aspirations.
Cost details
Members €39.00
Guest price €39.00
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Futher details To register for this CPD course, please use the button below. Please note that registrations for this session will close at 12:00 on 18 October. 


The webinar will be recorded and the recording will be available for those who have registered for the event. 


If you have any questions ahead of the session or have issues placing your booking using a Mastercard, please do not hesitate to contact us at irelandmembers@accaglobal.com.