Kansas State University Research and Extension will present its annual Kansas Income Tax Institute for accountants, agricultural producers,attorneys and others who are interested in learning the latest on tax issues.

The two-day seminar will take place in eight communities to allow participants to attend the training in a convenient location. The dates and institute sites include:

  • Oct. 28-29 – Topeka, Holiday Inn, 605 Fairlawn
  • Nov. 8-9 - Garden City, Clarion Inn, 1911 E. Kansas Ave.
  • Nov. 9-10 – Colby, Comfort Inn, 2227 S. Range
  • Nov. 10-11 – Hays, Fort Hays University, Memorial Union Ballroom, 600 Park St.
  • Nov. 29-30 – Olathe, Holiday Inn, 101 W. 151st. St.
  • Dec. 7-8 – Salina, Ramada Inn (formerly Holiday Inn) 1616 W. Crawford St.
  • Dec. 8-9 – Wichita, Holiday Inn Select, 549 S. Rock Roadd.
  • Dec. 15-16 – Pittsburg, Pittsburg State University, Overman Student Center, 1701 S. Broadway.

Presenters will include representatives of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and Kansas Department of Revenue, as well as accounting professionals and an Iowa State University tax-policy expert. Information will be presented on such topics as new legislation, rulings and cases, elder issues, tax planning issues, Social Security, S corporations, marriage and divorce tax planning issues, and individual taxpayer problems. Agricultural issues and rural investments also will be covered.

Attorneys and accountants can earn continuing education credits at this training.

If paid at least two weeks in advance of the particular date of choice, the cost to attend is $235 for the full two-day conference. If paid after that, the fee is $255. The fee to attend one day is $170. The fee includes the “2010 Federal Tax Workbook” and CD, lunch both days, and the continuing education credit.

More information. Or contact Rich Llewelyn at (785) 532-1504 or e-mail rvl@ksu.edu.

Source: Kansas State University