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Description: Casualty Loss and Income Tax Deductions Related to Timber and Landscape Trees
Timber or landscape trees destroyed by recent fires, hurricanes or other storms are “casualty losses” that may allow the property owners to take a deduction on their federal income tax returns. To help timber owners, as well as home owners, who suffered timber or landscape tree damages with their tax reporting, this webinar will focus on the new tax law changes that Congress passed in 2017 that affect the casualty loss deductions starting in the 2018 tax year.

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When:

Dec 7, 2018   1:00 pm US/Eastern

Length: 01:00 (hh:mm)

Pre-registration not required.

Presenter(s):
Linda Wang

Dr. Linda Wang serves as a National Timber Tax Specialist with USDA Forest Service in Washington D.C. She is an author and speaker on federal income tax and estate tax planning relating to private woodlands. She has a Ph.D. in Forest Economics and a CPA certificate.
 
Credits:
Society of American Foresters - Certified Forester Education (SAF-CFE) - 1 hour Category 1 Credit
Georgia Master Timber Harvester - Continuing Logger Ed. (GaMTH CLE) - 1 hour CLE - Business Credit
Dec 7 2018

Also Coming Up

NCDA&CS Piedmont Research Station, 8530 Sherrills Ford Rd, Salisbury, NC 28147, USA NCDA&CS Piedmont Research Station, 8530 Sherrills Ford Rd, Salisbury, NC 28147, USA Yadkin County Center 2 weeks away
Description:

There will be a Fencing School on Tuesday, June 4 at the Piedmont Research Station in Salisbury, NC. The fencing school is for livestock producers raising any species of livestock (including equine). The school will help you understand the different types of fencing, budgets, and how to construct fences that will last.

The program will begin at 9:30 a.m., with doors opening at 9 a.m. There will be a classroom session in the morning, followed by hands-on fence building in the afternoon. The day will conclude by 4 p.m. Topics that will be covered include a discussion regarding temporary versus permanent fencing, budget considerations, types of materials (post and wire), electric fencing, and safety. In the hands-on sessions, participants will have the opportunity to help set up electric fencing, learn about electric fence troubleshooting, and help construct a high tensile fence, including building an H-Brace.

Pre-registration is required for this workshop by May 30. You can register online at go.ncsu.edu/fencingschool2019 or contact Sara Drake, Livestock Extension Agent, at sadrake@ncsu.edu or at 336-242-2082. The cost is $25 per person, which includes session materials, lunch, and snacks. Your registration is not complete until payment is received.

Jun 4 Tue
444 Bristol Drive, Statesville, NC 28677 444 Bristol Drive, Statesville, NC 28677 Yadkin County Center 2 weeks away
Description: Alternative Income Streams for Forest Landowners
June 4, 2019
9:00am - 3:30pm
Iredell County Center
Statesville, NC

To Register:https://reporter.ncsu.edu/link/courseview?courseID=CNR-DFER-AIS&deptName=CNR

Workshop Fee: $20 (without CFE), $100 (with CFE)

Registration Deadline: May 28, 2019
Questions? Rajan Parajuli rparaju@ncsu.edu


About 60% of the total forestland in North Carolina is owned by non-industrial private forest landowners. While the forest sector is an economic engine in most of the rural regions, timber production is not the primary reason for owning forestland for the majority of family forest landowners. Forests offer several alternative income opportunities for landowners, which are often compatible with their primary objectives of owning forestland, and some of them can be achieved without or with little additional efforts. This workshop educates natural resource professionals and landowners about forest-based alternative income streams available to their region.


Who should attend: professional foresters, resource professionals, Extension agents, and landowners

Program Agenda (Subject to change)
9:00 AM        Introduction and registration (light breakfast)
9:30—10:00 AM    Carbon markets
10:00—10:30 AM    Hunting leases
10:30—10:45 AM    BREAK
10:45—11:15 AM    Pine straw production
11:15—11:45 AM    Conservation easements
11:45—12:30 PM    Lunch (provided)
12:30—1:00 PM    Emerging forest products markets
1:00—1:15 PM    Forest management plan as the first step
1:30—3:30 PM    Field tour (Straw raked property)
3:30 PM    Adjourn
Jun 4 Tue