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Learn timely information on potential tax law changes, 2022 farm lease negotiations.

Mike Downey

August 24, 2021

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Downey presenting at Farm Futures Farm Business Summit
FREE WORKSHOP OPPORTUNITIES: Mike Downey, co-owner with Next Gen Ag Advocates, speaking at the 2021 Farm Futures Business Summit.

Never has tax law uncertainty been at its highest. That’s why so many want to know what they can do now to prepare for potential tax law changes later this year.

Meanwhile, record high land sales and strong commodity prices are already putting pressure on 2022 lease negotiations. Many want to know how to prepare for these conversations and what they can do to take less pressure off these discussion in future years.

To answer those questions, join me and associates at Next Gen Ag Advocates and Farm Financial Strategies, Inc., for one or both of the following free sessions:

Tax law changes & how you can prepare as a farmer or landowner

Friday, September 3rd at 11:00 a.m. CST

1 hour Zoom video conference

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Land rents & strategies for 2022 lease negotiations

Friday, September 10th at 11:00 a.m. CST

1 hour Zoom video conference

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Send an RSVP at www.nextgenag.us or by emailing Mike Downey at [email protected].  A follow up email will be sent the evening before the session with a Zoom link to access the meeting.  

Downey has been helping farmers and landowners for the last 21 years with their family farm transition, leasing strategies, finances, and general land consultation.  He is the co-owner of Next Gen Ag Advocates and an associate of Farm Financial Strategies

The opinions of the author are not necessarily those of Farm Futures or Farm Progress. 

About the Author(s)

Mike Downey

Co-Owner, Next Gen Ag Advocates

Mike Downey is co-owner of Iowa-based Next Gen Ag Advocates and an associate at Farm Financial Strategies. His passion for helping farmers and landowners stems from his own farm roots, growing up on his family’s grain and livestock farm near Roseville, Ill.

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