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Posted 4/8/2021 09:16 (#8939529 - in reply to #8939397)
Subject: RE: Doing your own taxes or have an accountant?

Renville Minnesota
I pay my guy less than half a bushel of corn per acre. Currently it’s about a third/quarter bushel.

He has yet to not be one of the best return on investments I have.

I write checks, code them on the bottom of check, they do everything else as he gets my bank statement. If anyone is doing a box of receipts to your accountant, stop it now, today. Yes I’m that big of an arrogant prick on this. Your outdated and loosing money. End of rant.

I spend 20 + hours a year with him in person as we go over everything from employees to gifts to an added accrual accounting to see what our farm and investments have truly performed.

Bonnema Molden and wrede out of Clara city Mn are more than worthy of a one time business plug from me.

I’ve been with very good, mediocre, and p poor accountants. BMW is excellent.

I’m sure there are others out there like them. (Jake)

I encourage all to explore this area of business in relation to your own business model.

If I were close to oskelooska Iowa, I’d be patronizing the guy who posts here on agtalk with all I got.

Jake (Gene) has the passion, and I like being around guys with passion for what they do.

Good day.

Edited by Newguy 4/8/2021 09:17
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