Purdue Extension sets farm tax, estate planning program

March 23, 2015  

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Farm families, financial planners and legal advisers can learn more about farm law, taxes, agribusiness transfers and estate planning in an April program sponsored by Purdue Extension.

Gerry Harrison, an Extension economist and member of the Indiana State Bar Association, will lead the program.

Topics include:

* Limiting liability for farming activities.

* Fences and property rights.

* Takings law and condemnation.

* Real estate transfer taxation.

* Land trusts and conservation easements.

* Estate planning.

Sessions will be offered April 1 at the LifeLong Learning Center, 1092 W. Community Way, Scottsburg, and April 2 at the Orange County Community Center, 1075 N. Sandy Hook Road, Paoli.

Both sessions will be 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Cost is $30 per person or $50 for couples, including lunch and program materials. Continuing education credits are available for accountants, lawyers and insurance providers with an additional fee.

Registration is required. For more information, contact Harrison at harrisog@purdue.edu.           

Writer: Darrin Pack, 765-494-8415, dpack@purdue.edu 

Source: Gerald Harrison, 765-494-4216, harrisog@purdue.edu

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