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Business Tips and Tools

Crop Insurance: When and How to File a Claim

Daniele Ricci

Crop insurance is one of the most important tools you can have in your proverbial “toolbox.” There are many types of policies that can be tailored to your operation and what you’re growing. Crop insurance can provide coverage on a variety of naturally occurring peril. And when one of these perils occurs, you need to know how and when to file a claim.

September 27, 2022

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Latest Tax Talk

Tax Talks
Tax Strategies for 2022: Tax Planning for Cash Basis Reporting

In the last Tax Talks, “Tax Strategies for 2022: Understanding Your Tax Liability,” we began to understand the importance of record keeping and tax planning early in the year. In today’s blog, we’ll continue to build upon that foundation as we discuss tax planning for cash basis reporting.

 

September 7, 2022

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Tag: profitability 
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Business Tips and Tools
Finding Opportunities In Your Ag Retail Businesses Amidst Inflation

Farm Credit East business consultants give their top tips for managing your ag retail businesses in this inflationary environment in today's blog, Finding Opportunities in your Ag Retail Businesses amidst Inflation.

August 03, 2022

Ag Economy
The Lobster Industry in 2022
In today's blog, Melissa Waterman, Maine Lobstermen's Association, gives a recap of the lobster industry in 2021, as well as an outlook for 2022. This paper, along with more highlighting other industry outlooks in the Northeast, can be found in Northeast Agriculture: 2022 Insights & Perspectives.

April 12, 2022

Business Tips and Tools
Balancing Off-Farm Employment When Starting an Operation

Many producers utilize off-farm jobs to generate additional income and procure benefits such as health insurance and retirement funding. This raises the question, particularly for smaller farms, of how to balance off-farm employment while maintaining a successful operation at home. When deciding whether you can (or should) manage an off-farm job, here’s some things to consider.

February 04, 2020

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