Timber Taxation Workshop
LIBERTY, January 27, 2015 - Texas A&M Forest Service and Texas Forestry Association will host a timber taxation workshop at the Lottie and Arthur Temple Civic Center, Diboll on February 17, 2015. The daylong workshop will provide an understanding of timber tax including the latest changes to tax laws and rules for 2014 income tax return preparations with a refresher on local timberland property tax incentives.
Our workshops have trained hundreds of foresters, landowners, tax preparers, attorneys, logging professionals, land trust managers, and financial advisors in East Texas.
This tax workshop will help you...
Learn special timber tax laws and rules that are not well understood by many tax professionals
Apply the rules through examples that apply basic concepts
Find answers to your top questions
Instructors will be...
Dr. Harry L. Haney, Jr. –
Dr. Haney is the Garland Gray Emeritus Professor, Department of Forestry, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. He is a nationally recognized expert with over 40 years of experience in timber taxation, estate planning and financial analysis. He has written numerous tech-nical publications on timber taxation. He is coauthor of the widely-referred book on timber taxation, Forest Landowners’ Guide to the Federal Income Tax (Agriculture Handbook 718). He is also coauthor of Estate Planning for Forest Landowners: What will become of your timberland? He has written frequently for Virginia Forests Magazine and Forest Landowner magazine on timber taxes and financial management issues.
Ms. Sharon Hersh – Ms. Hersh is Manager, Information Analysis and Security, Property Tax Assistance Division, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
Mr. Garvey Jackson, CPA- Mr. Jackson is an experienced CPA working with Axley & Rode, LLP.
Who should attend...
Landowners, consulting foresters, public accountants, and loggers are encouraged to participate. The workshop qualifies for continuing education credits: CFE (foresters) 7.0 hours, CLE (loggers) 6.0 hours, CPE (CPAs) 8.0 hours and CPT (property Tax Professional) 7.0 hours. No course prerequisites.
How to register...
Click here to register online or download a registration brochure. Or contact Jennifer Hayes at (979) 458-6630.
Registration fee will be $75 per participant ($30 per additional family member). The registration fee includes the workbook, catered lunch, and refreshments. Space is limited. Early registration is strongly encouraged.