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LANDOWNER’S SEMINAR… DECEMBER 4, 2019

DON’T MISS: AG UPDATE & 1031 TAX-DEFERRED EXCHANGE SEMINAR

This one-day informative seminar is for landowners and operators, CPAs, attorneys, and bankers. For an engaging and insightful session on the current state of affairs in agriculture and what to watch for in 2020, don’t miss Dr. Brent Gloy, an agricultural economist who also operates his family farm in SW Nebraska.

With the sale of property, Capital Gains and 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges are misunderstood topics that carry some of the largest financial implications a property owner will encounter. Tracey Wilson of IPX 1031 will be speaking on capital gains, how to calculate them and at what tax rate. He’ll also cover topics such as “Six Rules of Doing a 1031 Exchange” and Reverse Exchanges. He’ll discuss what Opportunity Zones are. This portion of the seminar qualifies for continuing education for CPAs and attorneys.

WELCOME LANDOWNERS, FARM & RANCH OPERATORS, INVESTORS, CPAS, ATTORNEYS & BANKERS
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
8:30 – 12:00 – Dr. Brent Gloy, “The Current U.S. Farm Economy, Current Trends & Implications & What To Watch For in 2020”
12:00 – 1:00 – Lunch
1:00 – 4:00 Tracey Wilson of IPX 1031, “1031 Exchanges & Opportunity Zones”

Sponsored by Reck Agri Realty & Auction
Reck Agri Auction Center
535 E. Chestnut, Sterling, CO 80751
RSVP or Questions? Call 970-522-7770  OR email; info@reckagri.com by December 3, 2019. Hurry, seating is limited.

ABOUT BRENT GLOY | Dr. Brent Gloy is an agricultural economist specializing in agricultural finance and agribusiness management. His research has been quoted and referenced in the Farm Press, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, the Economist, and others. Brent founded and served as the first Director of Purdue’s Center for Commercial Agriculture. His current writings can be found on his website, Agricultural Economic Insights, www.ageconomists.com, which he co-founded with David Widmar. Dr. Gloy has held tenured faculty positions in agricultural economics at Purdue University and Cornell University. He currently operates his family farming operation in Southwest Nebraska and is a partner in Agricultural Economic Insights, LLC. Brent received his masters and doctorate degrees in agricultural economics from Purdue University and his undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
ABOUT TRACEY WILSON | Tracey Wilson has 13+ years of investment banking experience worldwide and moved to Denver, Colorado as the Managing Director of Operations & Training for Charles Schwab & Co., helping migrate the firm to its dominant position as the first and largest online discount brokerage firm. For the most recent 10 years, Mr. Wilson has been the Senior Consultant and Managing Director of Business Development helping facilitate tax-deferred like-kind IRC Section 1031 Exchanges. He is a Certified Instructor in several states’ Real Estate Divisions, and has been an adjunct faculty member of Regis University teaching accounting, finance, economics, and statistics. Tracey maintains the CES (Certified Exchange Specialist) designation and is a Vice President at IPX 1031 Exchange Services, Inc. which is the nation’s largest Qualified Intermediary.