These documents are available specifically to help farmers and ranchers use estate planning tools better. They provided as guides to introduce these topics, and are not intended to replace expert advice from a professional.
Alphabetically, here are additional resources to help farmers and ranchers make an informed and considered approach to your retirement planning, reducing the time and expense of working with legal and tax advisers.
- Charitable Giving
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Estate Planning Introduction
- Estate Planning Questionnaire
- Federal Transfer Taxes
- Future Interests & the Life Estate Deed
- Health Care POAs
- Joint Tenancy & Tenancy in Common
- Nebraska Inheritance Tax
- Personal Representative Checklist
- Personal Representative
- Spousal Tax Planning & Portability
This project was made possible through a grant from the North Central Risk Management Education Center to inform farmers and ranchers of their options for retiring or beginning in agriculture. These reports were prepared by the Center for Rural Affairs. Other partners in the project include the North Central Risk Management Education Center and the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
If you have questions, contact Wyatt Fraas in the Center for Rural Affairs’ Hartington, Nebraska office, 402.254.6893 or email@example.com.
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