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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.
The seventh week of the 2019 Iowa legislative session was busy with subcommittee and committee meetings before the first funnel deadline of March 8
It's official. IRS has announced in Notice 2019-17 an extension to the March 1 deadline for farmers who did not make estimated tax payments by January 15, 2019. Under this Notice, farmers have until April 15 (April 17 in Maine or Massachusetts) to file their 2018 returns and pay in full any tax due. The Notice waives the IRC section 6654 penalty for failure to make estimated tax payments for these farmers and fishermen, but the relief must be requested.
Legislators continued committee work last week as the first legislative funnel approaches in March 8.
Both chambers had a busy week of subcommittee and committee meetings.
Many policy bills began moving through the legislative process