Virtual tax management program geared to farmers, ranchers and tax preparers is Nov. 30

The program is sponsored by NDSU Extension and the IRS.

A virtual tax management program will be offered to farmers and ranchers and tax preparers from 1 to 4 p.m. CST on Nov. 30.

The program, sponsored by North Dakota State University Extension and the Internal Revenue Service, will feature presentations by Alan Gregerson, IRS; Russ Tweiten, Ag Country Farm Credit Services; Rob Holcomb, University of Minnesota Extension; and Jason Grunewald, Ag Country Farm Credit Services.

Experts will provide federal income tax updates and tax management alternatives.

Program topics include:

  • Federal income tax update
  • IRS update
  • Identity theft and breaches
  • Tax management upon retirement
  • Net operating losses, like kind exchanges
  • Drought-forced livestock sales
  • Deferred crop sales
  • Reporting crop insurance payments
  • Qualified business income
  • Tax planning in higher income years

Preregistration is required by Nov. 26. Registered attendees will receive a link to join the Zoom meeting. The cost for the virtual program and materials is $10.
Register online at .


For additional information or questions, contact Paulann Haakenson at or 701-231-7393.

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