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  • Annual BPF Cookie Exchange & Steal-A-Gift

    BPF employees in the holiday spirit exchanging homemade cookies and surprise gifts – ho ho ho!

    See the photos from the event

  • Tax Planning Strategies: 2014, Deferral Techniques For Farmers And Ranchers Affected By The Drought, BPF's New Identity & Website, HMC Farms: 2014 BPF Ag Business Award Recipient, You're Going To Make It Through 2014...But What About Next Year?

  • BPF eBlast

    A FASB initiative designed to simplify GAAP has yielded its first standard in 2015: The board is eliminating the concept of extraordinary items from GAAP. Previously, items deemed to be both unusual and infrequent were required to be classified as extraordinary on the income statement and segregated from the results of ordinary operations, shown net of tax, after income from continuing operations. Disclosures were also required. This simplification is designed to reduce costs and complexity while maintaining the usefulness of information provided to users. Accounting Standards Update No. 2015-01 describes the change. The new standard takes effect for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2015 and early adoption is permitted.

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