Monday, September 27, 2021
I receive many requests for my seminar schedule, particularly during the fall season when I am doing training events for tax practitioners. Today’s post provides a listing (as of today) for my events for the rest of the year.
September 29, 2021 (LaHarpe, Kansas)
This is not a tax event, but a breakfast meeting from 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. for local landowners impacted or potentially impacted by the Southwest Power Pool Blackberry Line from Wolf Creek Nuclear plant to Blackberry (south of Pittsburg). I will be discussing real estate principles concerning easements.
October 8, 2021 (Laramie, Wyoming)
This event is for attorneys and CPAs and other tax professionals. I will be providing an up-to-date discussion and analysis of the current status of proposed tax legislation. I will also be addressing some other estate and tax planning topics of present importance. You can learn more about this event and register at the following link: https://www.washburnlaw.edu/employers/cle/farmranchplanning.html
Kansas State University (KSU) Tax Institutes (October 25 – December 14)
The KSU Tax Institutes are two-day Institutes at six locations across the state of Kansas and two, two-day webinars. This fall I will be team-teaching Day 1 with Paul Neiffer at Garden City, Kansas and Hays, Kansas. I will also be team teaching Day 2 at those locations with Ross Hirst, retired IRS. The three of us will also be teaching Webinar No. 1. The Garden City Institute is on October 25-26. The Hays Institute is on October 27 and 28. Webinar No. 1 is on November 3-4.
The remaining Institutes will be taught on Day 1 by Prof. Edward A. Morse of Creighton University School of Law and Daniel Waters of Lamson Dugan & Murray in Omaha, Nebraska. Prof. Morse is also a CPA and is an excellent presenter on tax topics for CPAs and other tax professionals. He teaches various tax classes at the law school and also operates a farm east of Omaha in Iowa. Daniel has an extensive tax and estate/business planning practice. Ross Hirst and I will team teach Day 2 at each of these locations.
The dates for these five Institutes are: Salina, Kansas on November 8-9; Lawrence, Kansas November 9-10; Wichita, Kansas on November 22-23; Pittsburg, Kansas on December 8-9; and Webinar No. 2 on December 13-14.
You can learn more about the KSU Tax Institutes and the topics that we will be covering, and registration information at the following link: https://agmanager.info/events/kansas-income-tax-institute
December 16-17 (San Angelo, Texas)
At this two-day conference, I will be focusing on critical income tax and estate/business planning issues. This event is sponsored by the San Angelo Chapter of the Texas Society of CPAs.
I also have other in-house training events scheduled this fall for various CPA firms.
I look forward to seeing you in-person at one of the events this fall. If you can’t attend in-person, some of the events are online, as noted. Also, thanks to those listening to the daily two-minute syndicated radio program that airs across the country. Air plays were up about 30 percent in August compared to July.