CAPE?GIRARDEAU - University of Missouri Extension is offering a tax school in Cape Girardeau on Thursday for preparers of income tax returns.
The school will deal with a broad range of tax issues with an emphasis on business/farm taxation. It will be taught by Mike Hardin, Ph.D., enrolled agent, and retired professor of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University; Parman Green, MU Extension ag business specialist; and Nancy Outlaw, stakeholder liaison, Internal Revenue Service.
The primary topics that will be discussed are: What's New - Rulings and Cases; IRS Issues; Individual & Business Issues; New Legislation; Depreciation & Tax Practice and Agricultural Issues.
The Tax School is designed to fit the guidelines for Continuing Education Credits for accountants and attorneys. Each participant will receive a copy of the 2007 National Income Tax Workbook developed by the Land Grant University Tax Education Foundation.
The Tax School will be conducted at Drury Lodge, located at the I-55 Cape Girardeau exit off of Williams Street. It will begin at 8 a.m. and end at 4:50 p.m.
To register, contact Dianna Koenig at the University of Missouri Extension Center - 573-547-4504. Information and a registration form can also be obtained on the Web at: http://agebb.missouri.edu/agtax/index.ht....
This is a fee course and pre-registration is recommended. A late fee will be added to those who walk-in without pre-registering.
Call or check the Website for dates and locations of five additional sites in Missouri that the Tax School will held.