Agriculture Taxation and Management Symposium

2018 Agriculture Taxation and Management Symposium

This Symposium will provide advisors, accountants and lawyers with information about recent tax changes that affect farm and ranch tax reporting and tax planning.

Monday, September 24, 2018 | The Graduate Lincoln, Downtown
Location at 141 North 9th St, Lincoln, NE 68508

Why attend? Tax Reform of 2017-2018 was supposed to simplify the tax code, but new and recent changes are anything but simpler for the farmer, rancher, and their advisors.

  • Will help practitioners recognize unique opportunities and pitfalls impacting taxpayers in the agriculture industry.
  • Offers real world interpretations of recent federal tax law changes as they apply to farm and ranch clients.
  • Will highlight estate tax changes, individual tax changes and business tax changes in the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.”

Who should attend? The intended audience is Agricultural taxation and management professionals that work with farmers and ranchers. Additionally, this course will benefit agricultural professionals such as agricultural lenders, farm and ranch managers, real-estate brokers, investment advisors and others who need to know how TCJA will effect agriculture clients .


Registration Information

Registration Includes:

  • Each attendee will receive the 2018 Agricultural Issues Tax Book by Landgrant – formerly the Phil Harris’s, Agricultural Tax Issue Books. It’s a tremendous desktop resource for anyone who prepares rural and urban tax returns.
  • Continuing Education Hours
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Morning and Afternoon Breaks

Early Registration Fee: $229.00 if received by September 17, 2018
*Note: You will qualify for a 5% discount on your registration for The 64th Annual Federal and State Income Tax Institute

Regular Registration: $250.00 if received after September 17, 2018
*Note: You will qualify for a 5% discount on your registration for The 64th Annual Federal and State Income Tax Institute

Continuing Education Hours (up to 8 hrs depending on professional organizations)

  • Enrolled Agents
  • Other Tax Return Preparers
  • Certified Public Accountants
  • General Accountants
  • Attorneys

Our Instructors

Tina Barrett, EA - Barrett is the Program Manager Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she is engaged in teaching, research and other agriculture actives both on and off-campus. Tina works with clients all across the state helping to solve their financial needs and best manage their tax liabilities. Tina Barrett is the Executive Director of Nebraska Farm Business Inc.

Guido van der Hoeven, EA - van der Hoeven is the Extension Specialist, Econ Income Taxes / Ag Finance / Farm Info Systems and Senior Lecturer at North Carolina State University. He is also the director of the North Carolina Income Tax School. Guido is the chief editor of the newly launched Landgrant Agriculture book. He recently spoke at the House Agriculture Committee hearings address the impact of Tax Code on Agriculture Industry. As a speaker, Guido places a premium on clarity and precision – with an occasional dash of humor.

Contact

Uzendoski, Virginia
Senior Assistant Director of Programs and Operations
HLH 201 F
P.O. Box 880405
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
Mailing Address
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Dean's Office
P.O. Box 880405
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
Shipping Address
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Dean's Office
CoB 301
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405