Biofuels

Avoid the Anxiety of Tight Ethanol Margins in 3 Steps

Ways to Create Advantages – Increase Production, Maximize Revenue, and Diversify Revenue Streams – in Times of Tight Ethanol Margins The one constant in the ethanol industry is that there will be fluctuations in the price of ethanol and grains […]

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Biofuels

Are You Innovating in All the Right Places?

Employing 21st Century Talent Development Strategies for a Competitive Edge By Danielle McCormick Leaders within the Biofuels industry are some of the most innovative individuals we work with.  They are at the cusp of new technologies and set the bar […]

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Biofuels

Cost-saving Update for Biofuels Companies Prepping for New Lease Guidance

Latest FASB Update Offers Practicality and Ease for Private Companies Preparing to Adopt the New Lease Standard For private entities preparing to comply with the new lease standard (ASC 842) slated for January 2020, FASB has released an update (Accounting […]

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AgForward, Biofuels, Construction, Equipment Dealers, Food And Beverage, KCoe To Go, Manufacturing

How Behavioral Change Benefits the Bottom Line

Changing Behavior Creates a More Sustainable Business As a business owner or high-level manager, you have the enormous power to effect change in behavior patterns – for both the individuals and groups within your company. How you’re doing that however, […]

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Ag Policy & Farm Programs, AgForward, Commodity Crops, Permanent Specialty Crops, Uncategorized

FSA Farm Program Deadlines Quickly Approaching

REMINDER: USDA’s Extended Deadlines and Due Dates Fall in February The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has established the procedures required to provide direct payments to growers to help offset some damage imposed by retaliatory tariffs. As a result of the […]

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AgForward

Tough Times for Ag Loan Renewals  

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Informed communication and negotiation with your lender is key “Prepare for the process – and bolster your loan chances — by developing a good understanding of key elements used by lenders to assess your borrowing position,” recommend K·Coe Isom advisors. […]

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Community Banks, Good $ense

How Final Rules for Section 199A Impact Banks

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Overall Consensus on Finality is Good, Not Great On January 18, the U.S. Treasury released its much anticipated final Section 199A regulations of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which allows shareholders of Subchapter S banks to take a […]

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Community Banks, Good $ense

Weeding Out the Details of Banking an MRB

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By Heather Campbell, Certified Internal Auditor We have received multiple questions regarding banking a Marijuana Related Business (MRB) and we know there are several articles out there on it already; however, we wanted to just weed through a few of […]

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AgForward, BOLD, Commodity Crops

Making Ag Board Meetings More Effective

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Employ these simple practices to optimize engagement and decision-making Most agribusinesses participate in board meetings during the year to assess operations and make decisions about their business. Board meetings are an essential part of any agribusiness as their very purpose […]

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Ag Policy & Farm Programs, AgForward

How the Final 199A Regulations Impact Ag

Resolution for Some, and Continued Doubt for Others Following the long-awaited “final” regulations released by the IRS late on Friday, January 18, some in the Ag industry appreciated the additional clarity, while others remained underwhelmed.  The guidelines contained, as is […]

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