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Wisconsin Farm Tax Deductions & Write-Offs

If you recently purchased or acquired farmland in Wisconsin, you may be eligible for an obscure farm tax deduction related to excess soil fertility.

How?

You might be able to unlock significant tax savings on your new farmland! Most farmers and agriculture professionals are aware of tax deductions on structures, fencing, and irrigation, but many overlook a potential farm tax write-off related to soil fertility. Boa Safra Ag can conduct thorough soil fertility testing on your Wisconsin farmland, providing detailed reporting for your CPA to determine whether you can minimize your tax liability.

Up to $1400 savings/acre.

We know because
we’ve seen it!

Establishing Burden of Proof

Who We Help

Boa Safra serves a variety of clients and channel partners.

Federal tax codes allow agricultural land purchasers to depreciate the legacy value of fertilizer ingredients that were in the soil at the time of acquisition, much in the same way as items such as irrigation equipment, fencing, or structures can be claimed as a tax deduction. To claim these farm tax deductions and write-offs, Wisconsin farmland owners must quantify the volume and value of legacy nutrients in the soil. At Boa Safra Ag, we specialize in both of these areas.

Owner – Operators

Land Investors

Brokers

CPA Firms

Banks & Mortgage
Lenders

The Results Speak for Themselves

”I have been farming for a long time, and it was hard for me to understand this process, I thought if it was real, I would have already known about it. The truth is it’s real, it works, and the Boa Safra team is very professional. The whole process was easy and 100% turnkey. My only regret is not doing this sooner. Call these guys, you will be happy you did.”

Paul T., Iowa

”I got a mailer and was a skeptic but decided to call. I found the Boa Safra team to be very informative, responsive, and well-versed regarding soil fertility load analysis which is the key to IRS section 180. I decided to go with them. I saved over $400,000 off my tax bill.”

Luke M., Michigan

Our Process

Land investors & farmers choose Boa Safra Ag.

World-Class
Sampling and Testing

Our advanced soil fertility testing delivers the accurate data you need to claim a farm tax write-off for your Wisconsin farmland.

Customized Analysis

Our custom analysis and data provide your CPA with the necessary documentation for your tax deduction.

Trusted Reporting

We collaborate with you to ensure your reporting aligns with Section 180 deduction requirements. Our expertise guides you toward maximizing your eligible farm tax deductions.

Boa Safra’s deeply technical understanding of soils, taxes, and technology enabled it to develop proprietary sampling methodologies, datasets, and algorithms to deliver the most comprehensive reports available. Its scientifically driven, data-rich approach to soil deductions has been validated by national CPA firms and industry-leading lending, brokerage, and land management groups. This process includes three steps: (1) sampling and mapping soils, (2) establishing nutrient values, and (3) generating comprehensive reports.

Boa Safra Ag offers a full suite of turnkey services for landowners interested in claiming a farm tax deduction and write-off in Wisconsin for fertility acquired with farmland.

Assessment

Our comprehensive soil sampling protocol includes testing of essential micro and macronutrients.

Sampling

Our experienced and professional ergonomists collect soil samples at the most appropriate times of the crop year.

Analytics

Our analysis of Soil Fertility Load determines the level of pre-existing soil fertility and establishes fair market value.

Reporting

Don’t leave money on the table! Boa Safra’s Soil Fertility Load report offers the precision soil analysis and expert documentation required to maximize your IRS Section 180 deduction. Ensure you’re getting every dollar you deserve.

Discover if your parcels’ Fertility Loads could qualify for this little-known, highly valuable tax deduction.

Increase your agricultural tax deductions and reinvest in your operation. With a proven track record of securing over $500 million in deductions across more than 40 states since 2019, our team has the expertise you need. Let’s get started and put more money back in your pocket!

Boa Safra Ag Farmland Qualifications for Tax Deduction

Farmland Qualifications

The Residual Fertility Load valuation can be appraised by a qualified third-party or determined as part of a land purchase agreement.

Boa Safra Ag Testing Farmland Soil Fertility for Nutrients

Determining Valuations

There are specific eligibility requirements concerning your soil fertility tax write off, and we would be happy to help you determine if you qualify.

Stay up to date on an array of tax issues by Paul Neiffer, CPA.

The Farm CPA Report is your trusted source for farm-specific tax guidance. Created by agribusiness tax expert Paul Neiffer, CPA, this resource offers essential knowledge for farmers and land investors.

DISCLOSURE: The content represented on this website is for informational purposes only. Boa Safra Ag makes no representations regarding the income tax implications or other use of Soil Fertility Load Analysis information and does not provide legal or accounting advice. Consultation with a tax and/or financial advisor is required.

Boa Safra Ag was founded by a team of Midwestern ag professionals to assist landowners in evaluating the presence and value of farmland soil fertility. Leveraging our extensive agricultural expertise, we help landowners maximize the value of an IRS section 180 deduction related to recently acquired farmland.

Our world class team of agronomists uses advanced technology and partners with industry-leading soil sampling and analysis organizations.

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