Ag Docket Blog
The Iowa Supreme Court recently issued a decision in a key case involving competing claims by a secured lender and a grain elevator over the costs of storing and drying the grain. The April 17, 2020, case--MidWestOne Bank v. Heartland Co-op, No.
In an effort to provide relief to businesses struggling because of the COVID-19 crisis, the CARES Act unraveled several of the provisions enacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to generate revenue. Several of these key changes were to net operating loss provisions, opening the door for some taxpayers to recover fairly immediate refunds if they act quickly.
The Senate has been discussing provisions contained in what's being called the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act or Phase 3 Coronavirus legislation. The proposal would include $2 trillion of spending. Full text of the legislation has not been publicly released, but Chairman Grassley from the Senate Finance Committee has released a summary of provisions under consideration.
In a March 22, 2020, Proclamation of Disaster Emergency related to the COVID-19 crisis, the Iowa Governor temporarily suspended foreclosures of residential, commercial, and agricultural real property.
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