Five-Part Webinar Series on Forestry Taxes Starts in January

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Forestry Taxes: Learn, Plan & Save Money

Many forest landowners pay more taxes on their timber than they should. Accountants can help to calculate taxes, but forest landowners need to understand how timber expenses should be reported, and how they are taxed. Saving money on timber taxes starts by keeping good records and knowing how tax rules will affect your bill. The Woodland Stewards Regional Extension Program for Landowners was developed by a collaborative team of forestry Extension professionals from eleven different organizations. This is the fourth year of the series and other webinars from the current and past series can be accessed on the Webinar Portal.

Beginning in January 2022, forest landowners and natural resource professionals can participate in a five-part webinar series all about forestry taxes. This series will start with an overview of forestry taxes and will cover timber basis, timber management expenses and deductions, details about forestry taxes and timber sales, and finally, tax information important for coping with losses due to storms or chance. This webinar series is part of the Woodland Stewards regional extension program for landowners, now in its fourth year of programming.

Webinar Schedule:

All webinars are from 1-2 p.m. EST.

Click on each link below for topic details, presenter info, and a link to register.

January 18, 2022: Seeing the Forest for the Trees: An Overview of Forestry Taxes

January 25, 2022: Basics of Timber Basis: Re(setting) the Table

February 1, 2022: Timber Management Expenses and Deductions

February 8, 2022: Keeping More of Your Timber Income Following a Timber Sale

February 15, 2022: Coping with Losses from Nature and Chance

What if I miss a webinar, will they be recorded?

All webinars will be recorded and will be available a few days after the presentation, at the same link.

The purpose of the Woodland Stewards program is to empower woodland owners to promote environmental and forest health through increased awareness, experience, and access to resources. Now launching its fourth year of programming, this educational program was developed by a collaborative team of forestry Extension personnel to serve a multi-state audience.