Friday, March 25, 2022
Last December, I posted a “hold-the-date” announcement for the 2022 summer national farm income tax/estate and business planning conferences that Washburn Law School will be conducting this summer. Earlier this month I devoted a blog article to the itinerary.
Registration is now open for both the Wisconsin event in mid-June and the Colorado event in early August.
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
Here’s the link to the online brochure and registration for the event at the Chula Vista Resort on June 13-14: https://www.washburnlaw.edu/employers/cle/farmandranchtaxjune.html
A block of rooms is available for this seminar at a rate of $139.00 per night plus taxes and fees. To make a reservation call (855) 529-7630 and reference booking ID "#i60172 Washburn Law School." Rooms can be reserved at the group rate through May 15, 2022. Reservations requested after May 15 are subject to availability at the time of reservation.
An hour of ethics is provided at the end of Day 2.
The conference will also be broadcast live online for those that cannot attend in person. Online attendees will be able to interact with the presenters, if desired.
Here’s the link to the online brochure and registration for the event at Fort Lewis College on August 1-2: https://www.washburnlaw.edu/employers/cle/farmandranchtaxaugust.html
An hour of ethics is also provided at the end of Day 2 at this conference.
Just like the Wisconsin conference, this conference will also be broadcast live online for those that cannot attend in person. Online attendees will be able to interact with the presenters, if desired.
There are many other important details about the conferences that you can find by reviewing the online brochures.
Looking forward to seeing you there or having you participate online. If you do tax, estate planning or business succession planning work for clients or are involved in production agriculture in any way, this conference is for you. Each event will also have a presentation involving the farm economy that you won’t want to miss. Also, if you aren’t needing to claim continuing education credits, you qualify for a lower registration rate.
See you there.