Winter Webinar: What Beginning Farmers Should Know About Retirement

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For a young farmer, retirement may seem like a long way off, but failing to plan for retirement in younger years can put a farm at risk in later years. Unfortunately, by the time a farmer realizes they may need more savings for retirement, it may be too late–the farm may be the biggest asset, which the farmer is forced to sell to pay for expenses, often long-term care expenses.

Join NC FarmLink staff for this free webinar on Thursday, December 15th, at 2 p.m., which will give a basic overview of how the retirement system works now in the United States, with some common pitfalls to avoid as a beginning farmer. To attend, please register here via the following Zoom link.