Tax planning for 2012 more important than ever

Stein, Dennis
March 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;3/15/2012, p4
The article discusses tax planning as an important management tasks a farm can undertake since a good plan can help a farm avoid changes in farm income. It points out that a farm have to develop an estimated cash-flow budget for the year and an estimated expected profit as basis for 2012's tax plan. It notes how farms with a good financial plan are in a better position to take advantage of opportunities.


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