Thursday, September 21 - Agricultural Law Seminar: Cosponsored by Iowa State University Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation, the Agricultural Section of the Iowa State Bar Association and Iowa Farm Bureau - This seminar will address key issues arising during uncertain financial times. Topics will include the current agricultural economic climate and practical tools to assist clients, whether they are producers, creditors, or agricultural businesses. We will also cover hot topics in agricultural law, environmental issues, and more. The day will include a number of expert speakers and panelists, as well as an hour of ethics credit.
Friday, September 22 - Agricultural Business and Tax Planning Seminar: Transferring the closely-held business can be challenging. This session is 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. A case study (including federal tax forms) will be used throughout the session. The session will cover an overview of partnership taxation (including limited liability companies taxed as partnerships). Topics will include tracking basis, various debt issues and transactions between partners and the partnership; a review of gifting and sale of partnership interests; the use of guaranteed payments to shift income as well as to reward extra effort and capital contributions; a discussion of exit strategies with a focus on the retiring partner provisions afforded to partnerships under IRC §736, and much more! We will also look at top estate planning dangers for agricultural clients and conclude the day with an hour of ethics credit.
Quality Inn & Suites, Ames, Iowa or join us for a Live Webinar! 8 AM to 4:30 PM (each day)
► Registration is now available!
► Agricultural Law Seminar - Thursday, September 21
► Agricultural Business & Tax Planning Seminar - Friday, September 22, 2017
Schedule (each day):
Registration/Sign-In: 7:30 - 8:00 AM
Morning Session: 8:00 AM - Noon
Lunch: Noon to 12:45 PM
Afternoon Session: 12:45 - 4:30 PM
► To register online: http://bit.ly/2017septseminars
► Download the form: Registration Form - 2017 September Seminars.pdf
Option 1: Agricultural Law Seminar - September 21, 2017
Option 2: Agricultural Business and Tax Planning Seminar - September 22, 2017
Option 3: Attend Both (Sept. 21 and 22)
**Company Discount: $15 discount per individual if 3 or more are registered from the same employer; available for on-site or live webinar attendance
***LIVE WEBINAR/ONLINE: Watch from your computer. You will receive instructions via email on how to view the webinar. Materials will be provided on a protected website sent via email prior to the event.
Option 4: NEW! Can’t Attend? Take advantage of the our OnDemand Video Replay and Downloadable e-Materials. This is a self-paced online program that allows you to take the course at your own convenience. No continuing education is available for this option. You will receive an email that will include access to the video replay and materials (manual and powerpoint presentation in PDF format) during the week of September 25-29. There is no time limit to view the on-demand video replay and you can view it unlimited times.
Unable to attend? Materials are available to purchase:
CANCELLATION POLICY: You may cancel without penalty if written cancellation requests (email is fine) are received by 9/13/2017 before 4 pm. No refund will be given after 9/13/2017 due to financial obligations incurred by CALT.
Agricultural Law Seminar - September 21, 2017
Agricultural Business and Tax Planning Seminar - September 22, 2017
Quality Inn and Suites, 2601 E. 13th Street, Ames, Iowa. Discounted overnight rooms are available (for the dates of September 20 and 21). Call the hotel at 515-232-9260 and mention you are attending the Iowa State University September Seminars.
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