With 2019’s ups and downs in the weather and the marketplace, it’s likely that many farmers used the Federal Crop Insurance Program to mitigate their losses. Those farmers whose crop insurance claims reach $200,000 or more will be audited by the USDA’s Risk Management Agency.
What’s the purpose of an audit—does it mean you’re in trouble with the government? What can you expect when going through the audit process? How do you prepare for an audit? What kind of records and documentation do you need? All of these questions and more are answered in a new fact sheet we recently published through our partnership with the National Agricultural Law Center. Click here to read the fact sheet to better prepare you for going through an audit.
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