Roger McEowen

Agricultural Law and Taxation

Roger McEowen is the Kansas Farm Bureau Professor of Agricultural Law and Taxation, Washburn University School of Law, Topeka, KS. 

Roger focuses on legal and tax issues that agricultural producers, agricultural businesses, and rural landowners face.  He teaches an undergraduate course in agricultural law at Kansas State University in addition to agricultural law and tax courses at the law school.  His website, www.washburnlaw.edu/waltr contains much information on ag law and tax topics and provides access to his “Agricultural Law and Taxation” blog.

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Washburn University School of Law
1700 SW College Avenue
Topeka , KS
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Documents & Presentations by Roger McEowen
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Agricultural Law Update

2021 Top Five Agricultural Law Developments: Agricultural law and taxation professor Roger McEowen of the Washburn University School of Law concludes his review of the top 10 agricultural law developments in 2021 by going over the top five on his list...including the top two items which he says will carry over and loom large in 2022.

January 19, 2022
Farm and Ranch Estate and Income Tax Planning Webinar

November 30, 2021
Self Employment Taxation of CRP Rents – A Three-Part Series

All 3 parts of this series are on this page. Keep scrolling down. 

November 29, 2021
Selected Tax Provisions of House Bill No. 5376 and Economic Implications November 29, 2021
S Corporations - Reasonable Compensation; Non-Wage Distributions and a Legislative Proposal October 29, 2021
Corporate-Owned Life Insurance - Impact on Corporate Value and Shareholder’s Estate October 8, 2021
Farm Bankruptcy – “Stripping,” “Claw-Back” and the Tax Collecting Authorities (Update) October 8, 2021
Extended Livestock Replacement Period Applies in Areas of Extended Drought - IRS Updated Drought Areas September 30, 2021
Estate Planning to Protect Assets From Creditors - Dancing On the Line Between Legitimacy and Fraud September 27, 2021
Tax Happenings - Present Status of Proposed Legislation September 27, 2021