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Students learn about the inputs and outputs in both physical and financial terms for the main landed activities on rural estates, including setting and preparing management objectives and plans. Field visits examine the financial interactions of rural estate enterprises and the development of specific areas of an estate: eg diversification. Preparation and analysis of financial accounts and forward financial planning together with basic taxation and the granting of way leaves and servitudes are examined.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
This course covers the preparation and analysis of financial accounts and forward financial planning. It covers basic taxation and the granting of way leaves and servitudes. Field visits examine the financial interactions of Estate enterprises and the development of a specific area of an estate eg diversification. The learning outcomes are: • To understand the inputs and outputs in both physical and financial terms for the main landed activities on rural estates; • To be able to set management objectives. • To be able to devise management plans; • To understand business accounts and make decisions based on their analysis. • To understand the basic legal details of landlord/tenant relations; • To appreciate the basis upon which the income of a small business is assessed and the implications of capital taxation legislation; • To be able to prepare sound financial plans for both individual enterprises and the rural business as a whole. • To understand staff management including current employee legislation;
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
One two hour exam (40%) and three assignments (60%)
There are no assessments for this course.
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