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Webinar: 2018 Iowa Farm Income Tax Webinar


With changes to the tax code and regulations, farmers know that staying up to date on the latest tax changes and preparing farm income taxes can be a real challenge. On Friday, November 9 at 1:00 pm pm, Iowa Farm Bureau will present its annual Iowa Farm Income Tax Webinar.

State and national policies for 2018


The following new state policy resolutions were adopted by the voting delegate body last week at the 2018 Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Summer Policy Conference.

Farm Bureau names 2018 Friends of ag


Reynolds designated as a Friend of Agriculture for Iowa governor, Naig designated for secretary of agriculture.

How does 199A tax deduction affect you?


IRS issues guidance on the new federal income tax deduction.

Communication key in farmland leases


With Iowa farmers under continued economic stress, tenants and landlords can work out plans that can benefit both parties, an ISU farm management specialist says.

Enjoy exclusive discount on Base tax-saving plans


BASE offers an additional $100 discount for Farm Bureau members

Making a positive difference


In its first century of serving farmers and rural communities, Farm Bureau has been a key driver in improving Iowa agriculture, our state’s economy, the environment and education to make Iowa a better place for all Iowans.

Session addresses  Iowa Farm Bureau priority issues


The 2018 Iowa legislative session approves tax reform, water quality funding and access to affordable health care.

Iowa Farm Bureau pleased with Iowa Legislature's action on priority issues


The Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF), Iowa’s largest grassroots farm organization, saw the 2018 legislative session conclude with passage of several bills on key issues for Iowa’s farm families.

Legislators progress on budget measures


Iowa legislators last week continued work on the details of a potential income tax reform bill and made significant progress on the budget bills for fiscal 2019.