February 13, 2019
RCO Attorney Paul E. Croy was a presenter at today’s Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) Efficient Farm Management and Planning Meeting held at the Agricultural Incubator Foundation, Bowling Green. Croy’s presentation was on succession planning, “Keeping the Farm in the Family”. Additional topics for the meeting included: “The New Tax Law for Growers”, presented by Matthew A. Long, EA, Tax Supervisor, Gilmore, Jasion, Mahler; and “Lean for Growers”, presented by Troy Wildermuth, Director of Manufacturing, Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP). Founded in 1995, CIFT provides a unique blend of business solutions, innovation and technical expertise to the food processing, agricultural and manufacturing sectors. CIFT’s mission is to enhance the economic performance of these industries and create new jobs. Croy’s practice areas at RCO Law include estate planning, estate and trust administration, business and farm transition planning, general business representation, and residential and investment real estate.