Agricultural Tax Issues Course
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The Agricultural Tax Issues Course targets income tax professionals who work with farmers. The course also is relevant to agricultural professionals such as agricultural lenders and farm management instructors.
The one-day course is held at multiple locations across Minnesota every fall, typically in early October. It covers what's new in taxes for the year. Previous course locations have included Rochester, Crookston, Fergus Falls, Marshall and St. Cloud.
Course participants can receive eight federal tax update credit hours. This course has been approved by the IRS Registered Preparer Office. The University of Minnesota College of Continuing and Professional Education is an approved continuing education provider.
Registration comes with the newest version of the Agricultural Tax Issues book, published by the Land Grant University Tax Education Foundation.
Registration for the tax courses typically opens in late August.
For more information, contact Rob Holcomb, Extension educator, Agricultural Business Management at email@example.com or 507-337-2807.