Andy Biebl

DTN Tax Columnist
Andy Biebl

Andy Biebl is a well-known agricultural tax authority, CPA and principal in CliftonLarsonAllen.

 

Biebl teaches ag taxation to practitioners in about two dozen states annually and authors a number of technical guidebooks for CPAs and others on ag taxation with his business partner and co-author Bob Ranweiler.

 

He writes a regular tax column for the Progressive Farmer magazine and a bi-monthly tax column for DTN readers. Biebl resides in New Ulm, MN.

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  • With farmland, a conservation easement requires permanently restricting future use via a recorded easement to only farming. Andy Biebl gives an example of what to consider if the land is along a shoreline. (DTN photo by Elaine Shein)

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    A Maryland farm family learned a harsh lesson on how a farmer can be defined differently for different provisions in tax court.

  • Unsold grain can be donated to a charity, but farmers should be aware of the best way to do it to avoid taxes. (DTN file photo)

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    Here are some of the things to consider if you want to avoid tripping over the rules on what to do when donating assets to charity.

  • A hog producer conducting a series of tests involving new feed supplements to improve pig weight gain and health is just one example of a farming activity that might qualify for a research and development tax credit under Section 41 of the tax code. (DTN file photo)

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    If you're conducting scientific testing on your livestock or seed production operation using a process of experimentation to develop new or improved performance or reliability, you might qualify for a research and development tax...