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Fri Mar 28, 2014 03:17 PM CDT

FARM WEBSITE IS TAX DEDUCTIBLE

If your farm has a website, many parts of it would be tax deductible according to IRS tax codes, noted Tom VanDeLoo, a northeast Wisconsin farm accountant. In order to fully document any deductions, keep track of the following expenses.

•Computer and all of its equipment, including mouse, keyboard, printer and so forth

•Internet and phone charges

•Consultant fees, including design and ongoing website work

•Domain registration fees

•Web hosting fees

•Any software used to develop and maintain the site

Reprinted with permission from the February 10, 2014, issue of Hoard’s Dairyman.

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