ST. PAUL — With the probability of crop losses due to weather, farmers may be receiving crop insurance indemnity payments. Any crop insurance proceeds you receive need to be included as income on your tax return. You generally include that income in the year received.
C. Robert Holcomb and Gary A. Hachfeld, U of M Extension
, September 19, 2009
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