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What’s driving rising farmland prices? | The Spokesman Speaks Podcast, Episode 88
In this episode, Dr. Wendong Zhang (an Iowa State University economics professor) shares the factors driving rising farmland practices in Iowa, Iowa Farm Bureau President Craig Hill reflects on Farm Bureau's work (as Hill wraps up his final term as president), and Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig introduces a new grant program for farmers who are looking to diversify the ag products they grow and how they sell those products.
The huge spending measure, known as the Build Back Better Act, would hurt the U.S. economy and raise taxes, the organization says.
2021 Iowa Farm Income Tax Webinar this Thursday
The Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) will present its annual Iowa Farm Income Tax webinar on Thursday, November 4 at 1:00 p.m. Farmers know that staying up to date on the latest tax changes and preparing farm income taxes can be a real challenge. This webinar is designed to help farmers overcome that challenge.
Farmers’ taxes could be affected by various tax measures now being considered in Congress.
The best tips for managing your farm income taxes in 2021 | The Spokesman Speaks Podcast, Episode 86
This episode features tips for managing your farm’s income taxes in 2021, from Kristine Tidgren (Director of the Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation at Iowa State University).
Reap the Benefits of Farm Financial Records Webinar
Keeping good farm records is work! But the benefits are enormous and can make the farm more profitable and resilient! Join two Iowa experts to learn about improving farm records, how they are used in farm management decisions and easy resources that can help.
Fall 2021 tax planning for farmers
Successful fall tax planning requires that farmers maintain up-to-date farm accounting records to determine what strategies to implement.
Members of the 2021 IFBF Ag Leaders Institute met with lawmakers and others to explain concerns about protecting conservation efforts, potential tax law changes and water rules.