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Farmer Filing Due Date Update

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February 11th, 2013

As most of our readers know, the IRS has extended the March 1 farmer filing deadline to April 15, 2013 for those farmers who MISS the March 1 deadline.  One of the major forms that farmers were waiting for was Form 4565 – Depreciation which was released yesterday. However, there are still several forms that will […]

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File Your Return After March 1 Not Before!

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January 30th, 2013

Even though the IRS granted relief for farmers to file their tax return by April 15 of this year, there is a “gotcha” in the details. If you file your return on or before March 1, 2013, you must also payyour tax on or before March 1.  If you file on March 1 and then […]

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Senator Grassley Wants Extension of March 1 Filing Deadline

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January 16th, 2013

Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa released a letter yesterday to both Timothy Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury and Steven Miller, Acting Commissioner of the IRS urging prompt attention by the IRS to extend the March 1, 2013 filing deadline.  As many farmers know, they can file and pay by March 1 without having to make […]

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    Corn does well in Washington state. 55 at night 95 during the day plus irrigation 2 days ago

    If average cash rents drop $50 this fall and cash return is 2% equals drop in average land values of $2,500. We shall see. 3 days ago

    2 years ago corn + beans + wheat was almost $40. Now it is under $20. 3 days ago

    Great time with @MRRChip today on Market Rally talking about the new farm bill. 4 days ago

    Drove over 2,000 miles in last 12 days. Saw a lot of good looking corn. Beans not so much 6 days ago

    When you drive through Minnesota, South Dakota and Iowa this time of year you see a lot of corn and beans and not much else 2 weeks ago

    Possible another reason for high US corn yield estimates is acres switched to beans were lower yield corn acres 2 weeks ago

    Don't understand why nobody claims the USDA manipulates the data when the report is bullish 2 weeks ago

    USDA pegged lower corn production but if yields trends continue this will quickly change to production increase. 2 weeks ago