Permanent & Specialty Crops

If you’re growing permanent or specialty “farm-to-market” crops, you want to maximize tax benefits over the course of production. For over 50 years, K·Coe Isom has helped vegetable, fruit, nut, and forest plantation growers, producers, and manufacturers achieve financial prosperity. How? Through tax strategies, including farm income averaging, cost segregation, depreciation, and IC-DISC and R&D credits.

Then, as your business becomes profitable and accumulates wealth, we help you transfer assets and leadership skills to the next generation. All it takes is a well-structured succession plan. The K·Coe Isom team makes it easy for you to get through the tough, sometimes uncomfortable, decisions—business entity selection, gift and estate planning, estate administration, succession planning. We’ll tailor a plan to your specific situation. That way, you can rest assured that the business and livelihood you’ve worked so hard to build, continues.

Contact Tommy Irvine at 530 891.6474 for your growing accounting needs.

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You Could Be Standing on Additional Revenue

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Many farmers haven’t ever stopped to think about the potential in opportunities that lie right beneath them: land. “Your privately-owned land has value well beyond crop and livestock production,” says Robert Veldman, a senior land-management advisor at K·Coe Isom. In the […]

Food and Ag Businesses Can Tap into Emerging Sustainability Incentives

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Funding opportunities are available to companies that meet “green” requirements Environmental sustainability programs now have monetary value with banks. Consider CMS Energy, one of the nation’s largest combination electric and natural gas utilities. In June 2018, the Michigan-based energy provider […]

Details Announced for the Commodities Promised Relief by USDA

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According to the official press release, USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) will administer the Food Purchase and Distribution Program to purchase up to $1.2 billion in commodities unfairly targeted by unjustified retaliation. USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) will distribute […]