If, and when, lawmakers agree on a final and latest disaster relief bill, it will represent the third such measure to provide assistance to states and communities ravaged by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, and wildfires in 2017.
Bill removes mandate requiring health insurance effective Jan. 1, 2019.
To sum it up, there is an air of uncertainty over three primary (and major) issues facing farmers and livestock producers across the country: agricultural trade, tax reform and the new farm bill. Let's tackle them one at a time.
Congress tax proposals again reward the top tier, leaving a trickle for the rest.
Tax reform proposals include provisions that will affect agriculture, good and bad.
American Bankers Association and the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation release results of joint survey.
Report shows decline in equipment purchase loans.
As Congress considers tax reform, House Agriculture Committee Chairman Mike Conaway (R – Texas) says the single biggest win for production agriculture would be the elimination of the death tax.
Tax planners looking for administration, Congress to fill in the blanks on corporate, business tax rates.