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Alabama Extension Offers Tax Bill Workshops for Farmers

Alabama Extension Offers Tax Bill Workshops for Farmers

AUBURN, Alabama—Alabama farmers can learn more about how the new tax law affects them individually and their farming operation at tax bill workshops from Alabama Extension’s Agribusiness Management Team. After the training, famers will be better equipped to navigate the new tax provisions.

Dr. Robert Tufts, an Alabama Extension farm management specialist and attorney, will conduct the workshops at 13 locations during February and March from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Three exceptions include the Feb. 1 Fairhope workshop from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Additionally, the March 1 workshop in Opelika will be from from 8:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m., while the Shorter workshop lasts from 1:30 p.m. tax bill workshopsto 4:30 p.m.

The workshop will highlight estate tax changes, individual tax changes and business tax changes in the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” The workshop will also include a comparison of pass-through entity taxes to C-corporations taxes using case studies showing effects on small-, medium- and large-sized operations.

Registration

A complete workshop agenda and location schedule is available by visiting the following link: http://www.aces.edu/agriculture/business-management/taxes/.

There is a $15 registration fee per individual or $50 for any person requesting continuing education credit. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Continuing education credit will also be available for accountants, attorneys, foresters and professional logging managers.

To register online and pay via credit card, complete online registration here. Participants may also call the local contact to register by phone and pay at the door.

Tax Bill Workshop Locations

Feb. 1 — Baldwin County
1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Gulf Coast Research and Extension Center
8300 State Highway 104
Fairhope, Alabama
Contact : Ken Kelley
(251) 238-0373

Feb. 6 — Sumter County
ALFA Environmental Hall
University of West Alabama – Rodeo Drive
Livingston, Alabama
Contact: John Ollison
(205) 652-9501

Feb. 12 — Henry County
Wiregrass Research and Extension Center
167 AL Highway 134 East
Headland, Alabama
Contact: Jessica Kelton
(334) 693-3800 

Feb. 13 — Coffee County
5 County Complex
1055 East McKinnin Street
New Brockton, Alabama
Contact: Gavin Mauldin
(334) 894-5596 

Feb. 15 — Escambia County
Grace Fellowship Church
1412 East Nashville Avenue
Atmore, Alabama
Contact: Anthony Wiggins/Ken Kelley
(251) 867-7760

Feb 19 — Lauderdale County
Lauderdale County Extension Office
802 Veterans Drive
Florence, Alabama
Contact: Heidi Tilenius
(256) 766-6223

Feb. 20 — DeKalb County
Sand Mountain Research and Extension Center
13112 AL Highway 68
Crossville, Alabama
Contact: Robert Page
(256) 201-2465

Feb. 22 — Talladega County
Talladega County Extension Office
130 N. Court Street
Talladega, Alabama
Contact: Henry Borough
(256) 362-6187

Feb. 26 — Marion County
Marion County Extension Office
372 7th Avenue Southwest
Hamilton, Alabama
Contact: Lisa Murphy
(205) 921-3551

Feb. 27 — Dallas County
Black Belt Research and Extension Center
60 County Road 944
Marion Junction, Alabama
Contact: Jamie Yeager/Ken Kelley
(334) 872-7878

March 1 — Lee County
8:15 a.m.-11:15 a.m.
Lee County Extension Office
600 S. 7th Street, Suite 4
Opelika, Alabama
Contact: Tara Barr
(334) 749-3353

March 1 — Macon County
1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
E.V. Smith Research Center
4725 County Road 40
Shorter, Alabama
Contact: Jessica Kelton
(334) 693-3800

March 8 — Tuscaloosa County
Courthouse Annex
2513 7th Street
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Contact: Lisa Murphy
(205) 349-4630

More Information

For additional questions about the program email Robert Tufts (tuftsra@aces.edu) or call (334) 734-2120.

 

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