IRS’s plan to spend $80 billion is lacking in key details, according to one farm CPA

The IRS has released details on how they plan on spending the extra $80 billion dollars authorized by Congress last year.
However, accounting experts say that the report is lacking in some key details.

Farm CPA, Paul Neiffer spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on some of the details, when it will be implemented, and how it will impact producers.

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