Can I drive farm equipment on the streets in Georgia?

Answer Georgia law allows farmers to drive agricultural equipment on the roads of Georgia without a commercial license if the farmer, farm employee or a family member is operating the equipment. Georgia l... Read More »

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Can I drive farm equipment on the streets?

On One Hand: Legal to Drive Farm EquipmentFarm equipment can generally be driven on public streets, which is often necessary so farmers can take their equipment between fields. Farm equipment does ... Read More »

How to Apply for Government Grants for Farm Equipment?

Government grants are available for the purchase of farm equipment and can be used, in addition to buying farm equipment, to help rehabilitate farms after natural disasters or to improve farm labor... Read More »

At What Percentage Does Farm Equipment Depreciate?

Depreciation is a type of write off meant to track the value of assets over time and reduce net income by the amount of depreciation expense for that year. Farm equipment qualifies as a depreciable... Read More »

Can I expense equipment purchased to maintain a rental farm?

According to IRS Publication 225, equipment purchased to maintain a rental farm is a depreciated expense. The "interest, repairs, insurance, depreciation, and other expenses related to the equipmen... Read More »