The Farmer’s Guide to Tax Preparation

Year-end farm tax season is upon us.

The end of the year and the start of a new one represents a time when farmers and ranchers begin preparing for the imminent tax season as the deadline to file taxes for small agribusiness owners is April 15th. Getting a head-start on tax preparation for your farm can result in more deductions that equal less taxable income and more savings in the coming year.

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Farm Budgeting and Risk Management

Farming is an industry of abundant reward yet frequent risks.

The unpredictability of the agricultural industry combined with its essentiality makes it both volatile and steady in nature. Farmers have the freedom to be their own boss, are an integral part of society, and can rest assured knowing that their work will always be needed. However, with this freedom and sense of purpose come unforeseen roadblocks—many of which are outside a farmer’s control.Read More

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The State of Ag Lending During COVID-19

How Farmers Are Financially Preparing for the Future

AgAmerica CEO and President, Brian Philpot, recently discussed the changing economic landscape in agriculture from a financial perspective with the voices of the Global Ag Network, Delaney Howell and Mike Pearson. Below are some highlights from the podcast, including how to build working capital to cover input expenses through ongoing uncertainty.

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Farm Debt Consolidation 101

Learn how loan consolidation can help you successfully manage farm debt and strengthen your finances.

Today’s economic stresses paired with a predicted late, smaller harvest has placed an abnormal amount of financial pressure on America’s farmers, especially those with existing farm debt and operational expenses. For some farmers, now could be the ideal time to determine whether the pros of farm debt consolidation outweigh the cons and if consolidation is the right decision for your operation.Read More

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