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Estate Tax Planning: Possible Changes Ahead

By Jim Rein | February 16, 2021
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Reading Time: 2 minutes By Jim Rein, CPA No matter what the presidential outcome, there was never any question that the outlook for estate planning would be different in 2021.  How much different was dependent upon who controlled the presidency and the Congress.  With Democrats now in power on both of those fronts, the …

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Ag Update: 4 Notable Items for Farms and Ranches under USDA Farm Programs

By Matthew Farrell | February 3, 2021
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Reading Time: 3 minutes In an effort to provide additional support to farms and ranches due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently made changes to some of its Farm Programs.  Below is a summary of notable impacts for agribusinesses. USDA Suspends Actions on Delinquent Borrowers Farm Storage Facility …

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USDA Pauses Additional Assistance for CFAP1 and CFAP2, Second Stimulus (CFAP3) Funds Largely Unaffected

By Matthew Farrell | February 3, 2021
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Reading Time: 2 minutes A series of announcements have been made regarding CFAP funding recently.  Below, K·Coe’s Farm Program Services team has summarized what you need to know about the temporary pause on CFAP assistance. Recent Turn of Events On January 15, the USDA announced additional assistance would be provided for limited producers. On …

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Business Tax Update: New 1099 Nonemployee Compensation Tax Form for 2020 Tax Year

By Sandy Sporleder | January 18, 2021
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Reading Time: 3 minutes After a 38-year absence, Form 1099-NEC has made its return in the 2020 tax year, and its January 31 deadlines are right around the corner.  Don’t panic – here’s everything you need to know about the revived form, and how it is intended to be used. For the last few …

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Webinar Series Announced for Farmers from U.S. and India

By K·Coe Editorial | January 11, 2021
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Reading Time: < 1 minute National food and agriculture business consulting firm K·Coe Isom, together with Mann Deshi Foundation of India, have announced a webinar series aimed to help farmers from the U.S. and India share knowledge and culture in an effort to promote cooperation in agriculture and trade practices. “With 1.3 billion people, India …

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Business Tax Update: Many Meal and Entertainment Deductions Have Increased

By Sandy Sporleder | January 10, 2021
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Reading Time: 2 minutes In an effort to provide additional stimulus funding, The Consolidated Appropriations Act was signed by the President on December 27, 2020.  Included in the guidance were changes to deductions for business meals in tax years 2021 and 2022. New Provisions include Higher Temporary Deductions In an effort to stimulate the …

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KCoe Advisors Earn Credential to Help Food & Ag Businesses Improve Sustainability Performance and Reporting

By K·Coe Editorial | November 2, 2020
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Reading Time: 2 minutes K·Coe Isom is excited to announce that sustainability advisors Zach Pinto and Lisa Becker have completed the training and testing required to become credentialed as The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) Trained Service Providers for THESIS. “Many of our clients are being asked to do more to report on and address their …

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Why Today is a Good Day to Jumpstart Your Succession Plan

By K·Coe Editorial | October 30, 2020
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Reading Time: 5 minutes Agricultural businesses have withstood their fair share of COVID disruption – from family life to the workplace.  While this has forced financial strain, labor disruptions, and tough decisions on producers, it has also ripened some opportunities where you might not expect them. In times like these, most family businesses quickly …

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