Whether new to owning or renting farmland, currently farming or retired, the future of your farmland matters most.
Farmland is a valuable asset. But its value also makes it a liability if you don’t have the right insurance protection in place.
Growing competition and high costs make it important to sign a lease that spells out responsibilities of farmland owner and lessee.
Learn how engagement between landowner and tenant builds trust and cements long-term relationships.
Having a clear picture of what is raised on or supported by your farmland is the first step in identifying your liabilities.
Discussing the future of a farm isn’t always easy. Learn the four tips to facilitate the right communication for a successful family farm transition.
Farm estate planning is often overlooked, leading to issues for potential heirs. These five strategies can help ease the transition to the next generation.
When there are no family heirs to take over your farm, a farm succession plan is essential. Learn what you need as you prepare your farm's transition.
Farmers planning to purchase farm equipment may want to consider doing it before the end of the year to capture substantial tax savings. Learn more about Section 179.
It’s important for farmers to plan their long-term financial future and retirement. Learn about Medicare and Social Security benefits for farmers.
Life insurance can help protect your family, farming business and future farm operations. Learn about the most common life insurance options for farmers.
It’s important to build a well-planned farm transition plan. Find out how Nationwide helped a family plan for retirement and the future of their farm
When planning for your farm’s future, it’s good to review personal and financial goals. View these tips on long-term care planning for farm and ranch families.
Learn about the various retirement savings plans available for farm employees. There are options available for family farms, large farms and agribusinesses.
Farm transition planning is important for families to discuss. See how you can plan and gift large farm assets to the next generation.
Transfer the family farm to the next generation as smoothly as possible.
During this uncertain time, farmers and ranchers need to make sure they have concrete transition plans in place.
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