- Ag Docket
Cosponsored with the Iowa State Bar Association and the Iowa Farm Bureau
REGISTRATION LINK - http://bit.ly/2019septemberseminars
In this one-day seminar we cover current legal issues all agricultural attorneys must understand, including:
State of the Ag Economy - David Oppedahl, Senior Business Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Assisting Clients Facing Financial Distress - Joe Peiffer, Attorney and Owner of Ag & Business Legal Strategies
What’s Up with Industrial Hemp? - Robin Pruisner, State Entomologist & Ag Security Coordinator at Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship
Agricultural Law Year in Review - Kristine Tidgren and Kitt Tovar, CALT Attorneys
Considering the Iowa Business Specialty Court for Agricultural Cases - Justice Thomas D. Waterman, Iowa Supreme Court
Legal Issues Impacting Contract Feeding Arrangements - Eldon McAfee, Attorney and Shareholder, Brick Gentry P.C.
Iowa’s New Conservatorship and Guardianship Provisions - Michel Nelson, Attorney and Senior Trust Officer, Iowa Savings Bank; Breanna Young, Attorney, Davis Brown Law Firm
Highly Erodible Land and Wetland Conservation Developments - Don Carrington, NRCS Wetlands and Compliance Specialist
Ethics for the Rural Practitioner
Join us as we address hot topics impacting agricultural clients as we look to the 2020 filing season.
Topics discussed will include many of those covered in the 2019 Ag Tax Issues Workbook (every participant gets a copy):
Glen Birnbaum, CPA, Heinold Banwart, East Peoria, IL
Glen provides accounting and tax advisory services for a range of entities including agriculture, manufacturing, and contracting companies. In particular, he enjoys tax planning and working with clients on succession planning and new initiatives. Glen is regularly featured in an agriculture podcast called “Moving Iron Tax Moves,” where he gives tax tips, and has made two appearances on the podcast “Simply Tax,” elaborating on the difficulties surrounding Section 199A. He has also been quoted in articles in Bloomberg Tax, Tax Notes, and the Wall Street Journal.
Guido van der Hoeven, EA, North Carolina State University
Guido is an extension specialist and senior lecturer for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. He has long served as the director of the North Carolina income tax schools and on the Board of Directors for the Land Grant University Tax Education Foundation.
Kristine Tidgren, JD, Director, Iowa State University Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation
Kristine’s work focuses on studying and interpreting laws impacting the agricultural industry. In particular, she focuses on agricultural taxation.
Kitt Tovar, JD, Staff Attorney, Iowa State University Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation
Kitt is a Staff Attorney at CALT. She focuses on areas of agricultural law including lease law, fence and property law, environmental and natural resource law, regulatory law, and farm policy.
REGISTRATION LINK: http://bit.ly/2019septemberseminars
BOTH DAYS $365 / $385 after Sep 6
ONE DAY $215 / $235 after Sep 6
3 or more registrations from a single place of business will receive a $15 discount per participant.
You may cancel without penalty if written/email cancellations requests are received by Monday, September 9 before 4pm, send to email@example.com. No refunds will be given after September 9 due to financial obligations incurred by CALT.
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DAY 1 - 400 minutes / DAY 2 - 400 minutes
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS/ENROLLED AGENTS/OTHER TAX PREPARERS
NO IRS CPE
IRS CPE 8 hours
4 hours new tax law / 3 hours tax law updates / 1 hour ethics
STATE CPE - 8 hours
IOWA The Iowa Accountancy Examining Board does not pre-approve CPE events, but it is left to the individual to determine the appropriate course of study.
OTHER STATES Consult your state’s accrediting agency/board for its rules on admissibility of this course. It is the responsibility of the attendee to understand and comply with state licensing CPE requirements.
IOWA CLE 6.5 hours each day
Total CLE for two days = 13 hours CLE (based upon 60 minutes per hour), including 2 hours ethics
Please contact Aossian@iastate.edu in advance of the seminar if you'd like to request CLE from another state. We will do our best to accommodate timely requests.
REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS
8 hours each day ELECTIVE CPE from the Iowa Real Estate Commission
8 hours each day ELECTIVE CPE from the Iowa Insurance Division
This 2-day seminar is being held in ANKENY, IOWA at the Courtyard by Marriott, 2405 SE Creekview Drive
HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS- $119
To receive the discounted seminar room rate make your reservation by Sunday, September 1 2019 at:
or call 515.422.5555 and mention Iowa State University Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation.
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CALT does not provide legal advice. Any information provided on this website is not intended to be a substitute for legal services from a competent professional. CALT's work is supported by fee-based seminars and generous private gifts. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in the material contained on this website do not necessarily reflect the views of Iowa State University.