Producers should do income tax planning before the year-end

Dec 13, 2013
“In tax planning, it is best to start with year-to-date income and expenses and estimate them for the remainder of the year. Do not forget any income that was deferred to 2013 from a previous year,” says Ron Haugen, North Dakota State University Extension Service Farm Economist.

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