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Ranch estate planning seminar Aug. 8-9 in College Station

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The Texas AgriLife Extension Service, in cooperation with the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, will host “How the new law affects ranch estate planning” on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 8-9. The seminar will be held in the College Station Conference Center located at 1300 George Bush Drive in College Station.

The seminar is offered to provide participants enough information on tax and estate-planning matters to help them make difficult estate-planning decisions. The cost is $150 per person. Enrollment is limited.

Dr. Wayne A Hayenga, professor emeritus and Extension specialist with the Texas AgriLife Extension, will give a thorough analysis of relevant income and estate tax rules as they affect families and agricultural businesses. The seminar is designed for each of a married couple in that it discusses estate administration and tax reporting requirements for the surviving spouse. It is useful for potential executors and trustees and is helpful to all who want to make their estate settlement less burdensome to their loved ones.

For more information, call Connie at 979-845-2226 or e-mail csmotek@tamu.edu.

Also, a beef cattle short course will be conducted Monday through Wednesday, Aug. 6-8, by the Animal Science Department.

For more information regarding the beef cattle short course, call Jason Cleere at 979-845-6931 or visit http://beef.tamu.edu.

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