Owners of farmland have the opportunity to lower their Minnesota estate tax
obligations by qualifying for the qualified farm property deduction. To
take advantage of this deduction for their clients, attorneys must understand
agricultural homestead classification for property tax purposes. Representatives
from the MN Department of Revenue, Property Tax Division will provide
explanation of the various ways property owners may qualify for agricultural
homestead status including owner-occupied homestead, agricultural relative
homestead and special agricultural homestead status.
Fish, Supervisor of the Information & Education section, Minnesota
Department of Revenue
Jessi Glancey, Information & Education,
Property Tax Division, Minnesota Department of Revenue
2.0 Standard CLE credits approved | Event Code: 187795
Friday, February 7, 2014Time: 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.Location:
MSBA600 Nicollet Mall, Suite 380Minneapolis, MN
Lunch will be served at Noon with the
presentation to follow at approximately 12:15
Cost:Agricultural & Rural Law Section
Members: $0.00MSBA Members but not Section
Members: $10.00Join the Section and Attend at No
Additional Cost: $12.00 (must call Jennifer Carter to use this
option)Non-MSBA Members: $15.00Law Students: Free
Participation:Webcasting is available for this event. Please select this
option when registering. Instructions will be emailed to you on February
Deadline to Register:
2014You can register by clicking the "Register" button at
the top of this page.
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