Mizzou to offer summer tax school

Missouri tax preparers are invited to earn continuing education credit and brush up on the latest tax-related topics at a one-day Summer Tax School. University of Missouri Extension will hold the event July 2 at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Columbia, with an online option for those wanting to attend remotely.

Topics include buy-sell agreements, federal estate and gift taxes, tax planning for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act sunset, IRS updates, prominent financial scams and HSA account primers. Among the speakers are Roger A. McEowen, professor of ag law and taxation at Washburn University; tax preparer Catherine Murphy; and Andrew Zumwalt, chair of the Personal Financial Planning Program at MU.

Attendees can take advantage of early bird pricing by registering before midnight on June 21. To register, visit http://muext.us/SummerTax-School2024 or call the MU Extension Center in Audrain County at 573-581-3231.