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Introduction to the new repair regulations

ONE OF THE most talked about topics this tax season is the new tangible repair regulations. With the final regulations applying to taxable years beginning on or after January 1,

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Publisher Letter: Happy birthday to Central Florida Media Group — and ‘Thank you!’

IT WAS FIVE YEARS AGO this month that I filed for Central Florida Media Group’s federal ID number. That’s the number the government assigns to each incorporated business, and with

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What’s new at Agri-Fest?

| Teaching kids about agriculture through hands-on training gets a new twist this year | BEING HELD this year on April 6-10 and April 13-17 in Bartow, one event hosts

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PCFB President’s Column: Ag impact study will be a useful resource for years

We held our Polk Agriculture Economic Summit event on February 26, and by all accounts the event was a huge success. I believe the Polk Agriculture Economic Impact Study results

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Do you have a data privacy policy for your business?

Heartland Payment Systems. Target Stores. Sony Online Entertainment Services. Epsilon. Anthem. The Home Depot. What do these companies have in common? All of them are on the most recent list

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Life and legacy: Charting a start

YOU’VE WORKED HARD to build your wealth and provide for your family. To be confident that the legacy you envision will become a reality, it’s critical to establish and maintain

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Meeting the Family Farmer’s Unique Lending Needs

Family farming. There’s just something about the phrase that brings to mind so many positive thoughts and images — tight-knit bonds; hard but honest and rewarding work; a respect and

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Enjoy the birds’ spring song as you tend to your landscaping

SPRING’S ARRIVAL to Central Florida brings not only happily chirping birds and new buds and blooms, but also delightful weather to lure us outside for beautifying work in the lawn

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A great move for our industry

WHEN IT COMES to young people, you can’t teach them too much about agriculture and you can’t have too many of them getting into the business. Agriculture has so much

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Commissioner’s AgriCorner: Strengthening Florida’s livestock industry

FLORIDA’S FARMERS and ranchers face a variety of threats, including pests, disease, and market changes. The success — and in some cases the survival — of Florida’s 500-year-old agriculture industry