Worse Than the Estate Tax?!

Worse Than the Estate Tax?!

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August 3, 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) With Congress intent on passing tax reform before the end of the year, many farmers are looking forward to the end of the estate tax. But in today’s Rural Money segment, Paul Neiffer, agriculture accounting expert with Clifton Larson Allen, explains how other changes could be more costly for farmers and their heirs than the current system. As he cautioned in a recent blog post, “be careful what you wish for.”

Watch the video above to learn more about this important topic. And if you're interested in reading more of Mr. Neiffer's thoughts on accounting, farm taxes, and succession planning, visit: farmcpatoday.com

Paul Neiffer is our regular guest on “Market Day Report." every Thursday – 10 AM ET | 9 AM CT | 8 AM MT | 7 AM PT.

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