Legislature Passes One of the Largest Tax Cuts in State History
Nebraska Farm Bureau and the farm and ranch families it represents are thrilled to see the Legislature took the bold action of passing LB 873, one of the largest tax cuts in the history of Nebraska.
In this week’s Policy Watch, get more details and the historic tax relief bill passed by the Legislature and what is included in the bill; the USDA recently announced assistance payments for livestock producers affected by drought; and hear from American Farm Bureau president Zippy Duvall on what is at stake in the Supreme Court case challenging California’s Prop 12.
Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation Announces 2022 FFA Advisors of the Year
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation selected two recipients for the FFA Advisor of the Year award. Lisa Kemp from Wallace High School and Justin Rafferty from Bayard High School were honored at the Nebraska FFA State Convention on Thursday, April 7, in Lincoln.
Meet NEFB’s Endorsed Gubernatorial Candidate Jim Pillen
Jim Pillen is committed to defending agriculture and strengthening our rural communities. Get to know Nebraska Farm Bureau’s endorsed candidate Jim Pillen by joining us for a Meet and Greet. Meet Jim in Alliance, Scottsbluff, and Kimball April 12, and Paxton, North Platte, and Lexington, April 13.
Claim Your Refundable Income Tax Credit!
The deadline to file your taxes is quickly approaching. Nebraska Farm Bureau wants to make sure you don’t forget to claim your Refundable Income Tax Credit based on property taxes paid to schools. For tax year 2021, the credit will be nearly four times the credit provided in 2020. Check out our guide to walk you through the process of claiming this credit.
FFA Chapters Recognized for Bringing Agricultural Literacy into Classrooms and Communities
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation recognized 58 Nebraska FFA Chapters during a ceremony at the Nebraska State FFA Convention in Lincoln on April 7.