(see "Information for Online Attendees" in the sidebar). He is also widely published in law reviews and agricultural law publications and conducts agricultural tax and law seminars across the country. Based in Yakima, Washington, he specializes in income taxation and accounting services related to farmers and processors. §199A Experience From the 2018 Filing Season (Mc Eowen and Neiffer) This session will take a look back at the use of I. What are the pros and cons of using the rental real estate safe harbor? Practical examples of the rule changes on ag clients will be provided, and new/modified tax planning moves will be examined.
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This session provides and overview of the rules, and digs deeper on the material participation rules and the ability to group activities to avoid the restrictions. What other provisions of the Farm Bill influence tax planning?
Also covered is the real estate professional rule and how rental activities can avoid being presumed to be passive. The President signed the legislation into law giving producers new provisions to learn and apply to their farms and ranches. This session will help attendees understand how the 2018 Farm Bill influences planning, both tax and non-tax.2018 has seen numerous weather-related disasters across the United States that have impacted agricultural producers.