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Why Farmers Are Doing Well Despite a Looming Recession

With 52,000 farms and 7.3 million acres of farmland, agriculture is one of the largest enterprises in Pennsylvania. It has an annual economic impact of $135.6 billion and employs more than 575,000 individuals in the Commonwealth.

However, ongoing inflation and rising interest rates have farmers across central Pennsylvania considering their expenses and business plan. Many farmers take out loans to help navigate the complexities of today’s business environment and they need to consider if they have loans maturing. If so, they are subject to repricing at current rates which have steadily increased so…

Estate Planning for Parents of Children with Special Needs

When faced with the prospect of what to do with the assets they have accumulated during their lifetime, many people consider passing on their nest egg to their children. However, parents of children with disabilities will need to address additional considerations when determining how they will distribute their assets. One important consideration is how your children’s needs are currently being met. Children with special needs may currently be receiving health insurance coverage in the form of Medical Assistance from the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. Perhaps your child is receiving assistance from the Social Security Administration in the form…

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