COLUMBUS — The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at Ohio State University will offer a daylong webinar Dec. 19, on farm tax returns for farmers, farm representatives and rural landowners.
The six-hour program, which will be presented in a live webinar format, is open to tax preparers as well as individuals who file their own farm taxes and is an intermediate-level course.
- Other topics to be discussed include:
- Hoop buildings and depreciation
- Conservation Reserve Program payments
- New legislation
- 4-H club and FFA projects
- Multiple entities
- Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) Loan with commodity sale reported on form 1099-PATR
Cost for the one-day school is $130, and organizers have applied for continuing education credits for the course.
Those credits include: Accountancy Board of Ohio, CPAs (6 hours); Office of Professional Responsibility, IRS (6 hours); and Supreme Court of Ohio, Attorneys (5 hours).
The deadline to register is Dec. 6 to receive the Agricultural Tax Issues book before the webinar.
The live webinar, which will also feature a real-time Q-and-A, can be viewed at several host locations statewide and will include lunch.
Host locations include: Ashtabula County, Auglaize County, Clermont County, Clinton County, Cuyahoga County, Fairfield County, Miami County, Noble County, Putnam County, Wayne County, and Wyandot County.
Participants can also view the webinar from home and will receive a link for the webinar if registered a week in advance.
Details. For more information visit go.osu.edu/AgIssuesReg, or contact Barry Ward at 614-688-3959 or email@example.com.
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