From prevented planting and the market facilitation program to charitable contributions of grain and livestock, there are a wide variety of unique issues that face farmers. Tax practitioners with farm clients need to keep up-to-date with these and many other farm tax strategies to ensure they’re providing the best possible service to those clients. The below video is one in a series about the items mentioned above, and each video gives 30-90 second snippet of what to consider on these important farm tax-specific topics.
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