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We don’t make any major business decisions without talking to K·Coe Isom. They are a partner who has taken a vested interest in our success. I appreciate that they can strategically organize our business so that growth isn’t a challenge. Being nimble and taking advantage of the right opportunities without restructuring our entire business model is key. The relationship we have with K·Coe gives us the sounding board and financial stability we need to be ambitious, while providing valuable insight for what has or hasn’t worked for other organizations.Read More From Our Clients
We want to be able to measure where we’re at financially so we can manage our risk. People grow corn and say their breakeven is $3.00. But they don’t figure the farm utility bills. They don’t figure equipment cost per acre and per bushel. That’s what we want to know. K·Coe Isom brings the right team together so we get a global picture, not just of the farm, but also of the feed yard and livestock feeding. This is the financial know-how that helps us take our business to the next phase.Read More From Our Clients
As owners, we have made strategic moves to grow the business. Each time we do, we call our business advisors and K·Coe Isom is definitely one of them. They always come up with creative legally sound ideas for keeping money in the business. And that’s what lets us stay locally-owned.Read More From Our Clients
Our farm operation is complex with a lot of moving parts. So whether it’s tax planning or estate planning, one thing will undoubtedly impact another. The people at K·Coe Isom are true professionals that know financials in the context of ag operations. They did a great job explaining the tax consequences and options. They made it understandable so we could get group consensus.Read More From Our Clients
Sometimes you have to go out on a limb. That’s the only way you’re going to make a difference, in your business, in your community and in the world. By looking at sustainability from a multi-dimensional perspective, we’ve shown that growers can mitigate their risk and use their progress for a competitive advantage.Read More From Our Clients
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Reading Time: 1 minute With the deadline only a month away, all eligible producers are being advised to apply for their FSA Market Facilitation Program (MFP) payments immediately. It’s important to note that as of now there has been no extension announced for the deadline of applying for MFP. If applications are not submitted …
Reading Time: 2 minutes In a time when agricultural production is faced with difficult and uncontrollable issues, farmers must deal with a wide range of uncertainties, leaving them feeling isolated and helpless. “This creates a huge roadblock for farmers, and especially farm families, who have little to no margin for error,” says K·Coe Isom …
Reading Time: 1 minute Schedule K-1, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax form issued annually for investment in partnership interests, is awaiting finalization of changes that could impact 2019 tax reporting. Schedule K-1 is used to report each partner’s share of the partnership’s earnings, losses, deductions, and credits. Under the current expectation that the …
Reading Time: 1 minute Financial clean-up doesn’t sound like any fun, but neither does mucking out the stalls. Yet both are a necessary evil for most ranch or farm operations. Perhaps it would lighten the burden to know: one of these tasks doesn’t require rubber boots or daily attention, and tackling even a portion …
RT @Agworld “Our buyers really like the Agworld reports – the speed with which I can create them and how easy they are to interpret for them makes a real difference here.” Ben VanDyke, VanDyke Farms, Yamhill, OR. Find out more; bit.ly/2qEAXcF #grass #harvest19 #caseih #farming pic.twitter.com/99qd64Kzaw