While guidance and legislation continue to come from all sides, the House of Representatives — following the Senate’s lead — passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act and the legislation has been signed by President Trump. The purpose of this post is to highlight the current legislation’s tax implications and their relevance to Northeast agriculture and customers of Farm Credit East.
In the financial world, your cash position is referred to as liquidity, i.e. your ability to pay your bills. Liquidity is important to any agricultural business, yet it may have a heightened significance depending on what you produce, how long it takes you to produce it and how it’s sold or marketed.
A proactive tax planning strategy isn’t about simply avoiding taxes. Rather, it focuses on paying the right amount of tax that maximizes tax benefits and minimizes tax over the long term. Farm Credit East financial services leader Doug Myers discusses what’s in his tax planning toolbox.