Farm Transition and Estate Planning Workshop in Elko New Market
Farm Transition and Estate Planning Workshop: Create Your Farm Legacy
Date: Thursday, November 21, 2019
Time: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm, lunch included at no cost if pre-registered
Location: Elko New Market - Library
110 J. Roberts Way
Elko New Market, MN

Event Contact: Megan Roberts, University of Minnesota Extension, meganr@umn.edu
Registration Contact: Katie Carr, University of Minnesota Extension, katiec@umn.edu or 612-624-7182

Space is limited, register today! Register by submitting your name and email address below. If more than one person is attending make sure you include both names or register each name separately.

Are you struggling with how to transfer your farm business to the next generation?

University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota State Colleges and Universities are pleased to invite you to attend a practical and introductory workshop on farm transition and estate planning.

Presented by University of Minnesota Extension, this workshop covers topics including:
- Family communications
- Farm goal setting
- Business structures
- Mechanisms for inheritance and transition
- Estate and gift taxes
- Basic concepts such as retirement planning

Participants will also learn about the Farm Business Management program and SCORE mentoring.

This workshop is a partnership of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and University of Minnesota Extension with support from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. MN State and UMN Extension also partner to offer a farm transition planning retreat, for more information go to z.umn.edu/FarmTransitionEvents. Funding for this project was provided by the North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center, the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture Award Number 2018-70024-28586.
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