COLUMBUS – The Ag Recognition Banquet is set to be held Tuesday night, but invited members will also be able to attend a Estate Planning Session before the banquet.
Financial Advisor Nathan Karges says the intent of the session is to get local ag producers to begin discussions regarding estate planning.
“Let’s start a conversation, lets not get into the weeds of what they need to do. Let’s just think about what they want, and you find that yeah this person wants this to happen. Or this person doesn’t want anything to do with it, and they’re fine with selling it, as the other person is adamant about keeping it. You just don’t know,” says Karges.
The event is called “The Family Farm and Transition Planning”, and will be held at Ag Park, with appetizers and cocktails at 4:30 p.m., and discussion at 5:00 p.m.
Karges says with the ever-changing state of the financial landscape it is good to stay up to date, and prepared on what the plan is for the future of your estate.
“We’re not going to spend a lot of time talking about specific trusts and these things, but what I think people can get out of it is where they start. So often I talk to clients or people in general where they’re like yeah I need to do that. I don’t know where to begin. I don’t know this, and so just the starter of it, is the big piece I would hope someone would get out of it,” says Karges.
To RSVP for the event you can contact the Columbus Chamber at 402-564-2769, or you can find more information below. The Ag Recognition Banquet will begin at 6 p.m.