STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Fate of key deduction still uncertain
I wrote a story this spring about Section 179, a key tax break that's important to farmers and ranchers. Members of the region's Congressional delegation, as well as farm equipment dealers, said the w... Posted on 7/25/14 at 11:10 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 8:00 PM
VALLEY CITY, N.D. — In response to Dale Thorenson’s “Measure 2 is a wrong move” (Agweek, March 12). I note that Thorenson was hired by the Washington, D.C., lobbying group Gordley Associates directly after leaving the offices of Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D. “Keep It Local” brings out the big guns.
FARGO, N.D. — U.S. sugar production will decrease “substantially” if carbon emissions are taxed at projected rates, says a new analysis by the Center for Agricultural Policy and Trade Studies at North Dakota State University in Fargo.
WASHINGTON — A bill to extend the ethanol tax credits and the ethanol tariff introduced April 20 by Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, D-N.D., and Senate Finance Committee ranking member Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, prompted praise from U.S. ethanol producers and critical analysis from the Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association, which goes by the acronym UNICA.
BILLINGS, Mont. — The Montana Department of Revenue says a property tax lawsuit brought by farmers is moot because of corrections the agency is making and because the groups filing the lawsuit don’t have legal standing.
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
The Stutsman County Commission on Thursday approved a five-year tax exemption for a planned bulk dry fertilizer facility planned by Gavilon Grain. The facility is to be located with Gavilon’s grain elevator commonly known as Peavey West in James-town.
The plant would bring in fertilizer by unit train and then sell the fertilizer wholesale to retailers in a multi-county area.
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