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Ask the Taxman by Andy Biebl
Andy Biebl DTN Tax Columnist
Mon Aug 4, 2014 09:42 AM CDT

DTN Tax Columnist Andy Biebl is a CPA and principal with the accounting firm of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP in New Ulm and Minneapolis, Minn., and a national authority on agricultural taxation. He'll address more detailed tax strategies for retirement at an Ag Summit workshop in Chicago Dec. 7 www.DTNAgSummit.com. To pose questions for upcoming columns, email AskAndy@dtn.com.

QUESTION:

We have been very fortunate in our farming business, both with our irrigated farming and our cattle feeding operations. In addition, we have some oil revenues producing significant income. We read something you wrote about making gifts of commodities to charities. Can we ...

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