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Tax Reform: How Changes Will Lend Fresh Opportunities for Ethanol Plants
Recorded: Thursday, February 8, 2018 | 2:00 PM CST

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Ron Kotrba

Editor-Biofuels, BBI International
Brian Kuehl
Director of
Legislative Affairs,
Principal, K·CoeIsom
Donna Funk
CPA, Principal, K·Coe Isom
Justin Mentele
CPA, K·Coe Isom

Recent signing of the largest piece of tax legislation in three decades means nearly all businesses will be affected at some level. Reform provisions are neither simple nor permanent, but they are rife with potential benefits.

The business provisions of the bill are voluminous, complex and lack desired permanency in many areas. Yet these provisions also create opportunities for businesses to operate more effectively for tax purposes, if such opportunities are seized.

Since the effective date for most provisions of the bill is for tax years beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2018, business owners should take time now to analyze their current entity structures and determine where the bill creates opportunities and causes heartache, and how best to structure (or restructure) in order to capitalize on opportunities.

KCoe Isom biofuels experts and tax specialists will discuss tax reform changes that impact ethanol plants as operating entities, as well impacts to plant shareholders. Our experts will also share how to position your business to take advantage of the changes that are in play for the intermediate term (8 years), and how to manage around tax reform as it impacts the purchase of commodities from agricultural producers.