As Seen on TV: RFD-TV agribusiness experts announce summer tax seminars

Roger McEowen and Paul Neiffer, two of RFD-TV’s top agribusiness and tax experts are taking the show on the road with two summer seminars in the works.

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You’ve seen them on the Market Day Report and read their columns, Firm to Farm and Rural Money over the years. Now, farmers in the heart of Rural America can get the same candid agribusiness and tax advice from Roger McEowen and Paul Neiffer in person.

The duo will host two Farm Income Tax and Estate/Business Planning Seminars this summer. First, they are headed to the College of the Ozarks campus near Branson, Missouri, on June 12-13.

Later in August, they will take the same seminar to Jackson Hole from August 5-6, and planning to broadcast the event online.

Topics discussed at both events include:

  • Federal Tax Update
  • Farm Bill Update
  • Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) Reporting
  • Depreciation Planning
  • Tax Planning Considering the Possible Sunset of TCJA
  • How Famers Might Benefit from the Clean Fuel Production Tax Credit
  • Conservation Easements
  • Federal Estate and Gift Tax Update
  • SECURE Act 2.0
  • Split Interest Land Transactions
  • Manager-Managed LLCs
  • Types of Trusts
  • Monetized Installment Sales
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts or Cash Balance Plans
  • Special Use Valuation
  • Buy-Sell Agreements (planning in light of the Connelly decision)

For more information about the events, visit the Washburn School of Law’s website. To register, click here.

You may mail a check with your registration or register and pay at the door. Early registration is eligible for a lower rate. Certification is pending with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) to qualify for 16 hours of CPE credit and corresponding CLE credit (for attorneys).

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Marion is a digital content manager for RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel. She started working for Rural Media Group in May 2022, bringing a decade of experience in the digital side of broadcast media as well as some professional cooking experience to the team.