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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.
One of the best things in life (maybe) from living in an 100 year old farm house is waking up in the morning to your cat flipping a dead mouse into bed with you. That is what my wife and I woke up to this morning.
Yesterday, after I left for work at O-dark 30 my wife woke up to the cat and our chocolate lab playing witha dead mouse and chasing another one ( I even have a couple of small videos at the end of the post dealing with dogs, cats and mice). Now onto the blog post. It has been a little light over the last two weeks for posts. This has been a very stressful tax season to get everything out timely.
These are my top lessons from this tax season. If you have other top lessons learned, please leave a comment.
Here are a couple of quick videos dealing with cats, dogs and mice. They do keep you entertained.