Tax expert offers advice on filing income post-death

The tax rules for reporting income from the sale of a harvested crop are well understood.
However, the rules can become more complicated if a farmer dies during the growing season with crops still in the field.

Roger McEowen spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on some general rules and examples.

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