Farm tax and legal
- Learn about crop insurance and tax considerations for when extreme weather impacts your crops.
- Get details on various tax issues that affect farms.
- How does 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act impact 2017 returns?
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Factors to consider when selecting the type of entity for a farming operation.
Restrictions and exemptions on business entity types used in agricultural production.
Different types of trusts and the effect of the corporate farm act, agricultural homestead issues, and the qualified farm property deduction on trust assets.
Legal differences between the use of real property to finance debt through mortgages and contracts for deed in Minnesota.
If a farm debtor is unable to perform under the terms of his real estate mortgage, the rights of the parties are determined by state law.
If a farm debtor is unable to perform under a contract for deed, the rights of the parties are determined by state law.
While the Bankruptcy Code may help alleviate your debt, the choice does not come without consequences.
The most logical choice for a farmer who cannot continue to farm and must terminate his farming operation.
Allows a debtor to enter into an agreement with creditors under which all or a part of the business continues.
Designed specifically for the reorganization of family farms.
Considerations regarding the use of personal property—such as livestock, machinery, equipment, and crops—as security for a loan.
Options available to creditors with a security interest in personal property, and procedures under Minnesota law.
Legal remedies and issues surrounding unsecured creditors.