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RSS By: Paul Neiffer, Top Producer

Paul is now part of the fourth generation in America that is involved in farming and hopes the next generation will be involved also. Through his blog he provides analysis and insight to farmer tax questions.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Nov 22, 2011

With Thanksgiving coming up in a couple of days, I wanted to take the time to say what I am thankful for:

  • My wife of 29 years, Patty Neiffer, for putting up with me for all of these years and for some reason still in love with me.
  • My four sons, Garrett - 24, Grant -23, Gannon - 20 and Gage - 18 for thinking their dad is still fairly smart.  Three of my sons plan on being CPAs like their old man and I look forward to discussing taxes with them (most likely on the golf course).
  • My CPA career.  I am voracious reader and this career has allowed me to enjoy keeping my mind active and involved.  Many people ask me how can you enjoy doing taxes and I try to tell them it is like putting a puzzle together.  If I can take the pieces of their income tax situation for the year and properly put it together in their favor, we create a nice finished product.
  • Our readers on this blog.  We started this blog almost three years ago and I am estimating that well over 100 of our readers have sent us emails with tax and other farm related questions and it has been a pleasure reading and replying to those questions.  Also, many of the readers I have met over this time and I have really enjoyed this part of the blog.  I especially enjoyed getting teased about "driving a combine".

 

Again, I want to wish everybody a very Happy Thanksgiving and we are looking forward to the holiday season.

 

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