THIS WOMAN WRITES Are We Truly Free?
We were enjoying a crackling, merry driftwood fire on the beach when a woman, with a purposeful mien and a set to her jaw, strode up and announced,
"I'm sure that you don't mean to break the law, b... Posted on 1/22/14 at 1:58 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Making tax decisions less taxing
Growing a crop can be challenging. Marketing a crop can be harder still. Hardest of all, perhaps, is keeping abreast of tax law changes and incorporating those changes into farm management.
That's wh... Posted on 11/7/12 at 10:45 AM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS A Very Taxing Job
Being a bookkeeper for our ranch is not one of my strong points. I would rather spend my time outside dealing with cow-related problems but the IRS won't let me use that as an excuse.
Much to my re... Posted on 3/26/11 at 7:00 PM
PIERRE — County directors of equalization will be provided special training, and public forums will be held throughout South Dakota in the coming months, as South Dakota converts this fall to a new productivity-based system for setting the taxable values on agriculture property, an official for the state Department of Revenue and Regulation said Wednesday.
A state fund that helps North Dakota ethanol plants is expected to run out of money this month.
Ethanol producers can tap into the fund when corn prices are high. Randy Schneider, president of the North Dakota Ethanol Producers Association, said that’s what happened in the third quarter of the year when corn sold for nearly $6 a bushel.
Douglas County Auditor/Treasurer Tom Reddick issues a reminder to owners of land classified as agricultural and mobile home owners that second half tax payments are due on or before Monday, November 17.
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