The 2017 Ag Tax Seminar is a one-day seminar held at South Central College in North Mankato on Tuesday, October 17th from 8:30am-4:30pm. Check-in begins at 8am.
Professor Phil Harris is not able to join us this year due to health issues. He plans to be back next year. We are honored to have a colleague of Phil's, Gregory J. Bouchard, attending in his place.
Gregory J. Bouchard is Director of the Cornell Income Tax Schools, which provide tax training to professionals across New York State. Greg was employed for over 40 years by Farm Credit East (a federally chartered and farmer owned cooperative which is a major provider of credit and financial services to farmers, fishermen, and related businesses throughout the Northeast). He was instrumental in developing the tax training and operating procedures for the tax preparation and consulting services they provide. He authored a multi-volume correspondence course and an 8-hour certification exam on farm income taxation to equip Farm Credit’s practitioners.
2017 Partnership Tax Planning Seminar
This seminar is an intermediate course designed to explain how to take advantage of the partnership structure to both build the net worth of the younger generation while providing for the comfortable exit of the older generation. Along the way, the Internal Revenue Tax Code (IRC) has placed a few land mines but also some nuggets of gold. Our goal is to provide an effective road-map to increase the after-tax wealth of your clients.
Overview of Partnership and Taxes
Gifting and Sale of Partnership Interests
Guaranteed Payment Strategies
Capital Account and Basis Tracking
Transfer of Ownership Planning
Case Study with Forms Review
This seminar is geared towards tax advisors (7 CPE Credits), bankers and related staff, lawyers, investment advisors and others who need to know current and cuture agriculture tax laws.
Cost of the seminar is $175.00. Phil Harris' 2017 Agriculture Tax Workbook is available for $35 each. Lunch is on your own.