Equine Business and Entrepreneurship

February 22, 2020 9:00AM - 4:00PM


Contact: Carla McLachlan

Who will benefit from taking this seminar:

  • Individuals trying to decide if they can treat their horses as a business
  • Individuals, already treating their horses as a business, that have business and tax
    questions

Topics Include:

  • Benefits, costs and tax implications of sole proprietorships, LLCs and corporations
  • Accounting for income and expenses
  • 1099 requirements and penalties for not issuing them
  • Employee or independent contractor and costs of making the wrong choice
  • How the IRS determines if you are a business or a hobby
  • The need for business plans and projections and how to prepare them
  • What happens during an IRS audit

Program Instructor:

Jacob R. Strecker, MBA, CPA

With over thirty-five years of experience, Jacob Strecker directs the Equine Services of Grant,
Millman & Johnson, P.C. Jacob is known for his knowledge of the business aspects of horse
ownership in addition to his experience with income tax, accounting and management
issues facing horse businesses.

Details

Lunch provided.

$75.00 registration by February 14
$100.00 registration on site

To register: https://commerce.cashnet.com/msu_3645 

MSU Horse Teaching and Research Center
Department of Animal Science, Michigan State University

Event Location

3327 Collins Rd. Lansing, MI 48910

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Carla McLachlan

Carla McLachlan
517-432-5402
mclachl2@msu.edu

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