When a Farm is Not a Farm

By Brian Caswell

    Is every farm a farm? Not if the Internal Revenue Service has the final decision. For those individuals who operate small part-time farms (or frankly, any small part-time business), the IRS' hobby loss rules become important. The hobby loss rules outline t... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 31

Issue 31
August/September 1997

Cover Story

Special Report

Profiles

David Turner

Success Stories

Vella's Markets

My Turn

Basics of Securities Regulations for Small Businesses

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

Keys to Long Term Success

Starting Up

Marino's Fitness Plus

From the College

The Superhighway, E-mail and the Work Place

Economic Trends

Recycling Initiatives for Economic Development

Small Business

Why Only a Few People Succeed

Special Article

When a Farm is Not a Farm

Last Page

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