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Stephen Small returns to SC

The Lowcountry Open Land Trust is excited to share an upcoming Continuing Professional Education seminar of particular interest to local practitioners specializing in land conservation and/or charitable giving. The Land Trust is honored to host Steven J. Small, a nationally recognized expert in conservation law, on September 17 and 18.

Mr. Small will anchor the two-day event, with sessions dedicated to estate planning and charitable giving tools as well as conservation easements in South Carolina. Mr. Small’s highly informative and engaging presentations will be complimented by multiple local-expert panels covering the following topics: qualified conservation contributions; tax benefits of conservation easements; preparing your client’s tax return package; legislative updates on non-easement charitable giving rules; conservation funding opportunities; and perpetual stewardship of conservation easements.

This seminar is presented by the Lowcountry Open Land Trust and Co-Sponsored by the SC Association of CPAs. The seminar sessions provide the following continuing education credits: Attorneys 7.75 hours CLE credit (including Estate and Probate Law specialization credits & Tax Law specialization credits) & CPAs 8 hours of CPE credits.

We urge you to share this unique opportunity with your membership.

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