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The meeting schedule will continue to build. If you would like a meeting in your area, work with your county Farm Bureau or contact Ed Kordick.
An Informational Meeting Designed to Help You Make Your Farm Program Decisions
Several bills important to Farm Bureau members, such as the Beginning Farmer Tax Credit, protecting the current capital gains deduction for the sale of farmland and extending the statewide school infrastructure sales tax (SAVE), remain alive after last week’s second funnel deadline.
The Iowa Legislature has completed 11 weeks of work and faces its second funnel on April 5.
Interested in appealing your property tax assessment that you just received? The information to do so is included in this recorded webinar.
The Iowa Senate in a bipartisan vote last week passed a Farm Bureau-supported bill, Senate File 548, designed to address the issue of land purchases by a private entity using taxpayer dollars.
The Iowa Legislature was busy in the ninth week of the 2019 legislative session, with each chamber debating and passing bills.
Iowa Farm Bureau will host a webinar at 1 p.m. March 26 with speakers from the Property Assessment Appeal Board explaining the process for contesting your property tax assessment, from informal review to appeal.
A webinar to explain the process for contesting your property tax assessment, from informal review to appeal.
Farm Bureau members voice concerns on key agriculture issues at state capitol.