Farm succession experts with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will hold a two-part workshop Aug. 24 and 31 in Webster County to help farm families prepare for the future.
K-12 teachers are encouraged to register for the June 28 “Small Change: Building Financial Security for Educators” online course offered by ISU Extension and Outreach.
With the end of pandemic assistance programs and the rise in inflation, some people may be turning to their credit cards, increasing their balances and creating challenges for paying their bills. Iowans facing financial challenges may sign up for “Money Smart: Prioritizing Bills, Credit and Debt,” a free, three-part, virtual series from ISU Extension and Outreach.
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Celebrates 20 years of Annie's Project. This is the first story in a four-part series on the lessons learned by past participants.
K-12 teachers may register for “Small Change: Building Financial Security for Educators.” The online course content is embedded in the financial literacy standards of the Iowa Core 21st Century Skills and Social Studies, and connects participants with curricula, resources and school-based programs for elementary, middle and high school levels.
In addition to Valentine’s Day, many other “love and money” choices impact our wallets, said Carol Ehlers, a human sciences specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. To handle these expenses, look at the big picture to plan ahead.
Whether it’s $500 or $5,000, the way you use your tax refund can have a real impact on your personal and financial wellbeing. Barb Wollan, a human sciences specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, offers some suggestions on how to use your tax refund.
Farmers and tax preparers can use these inventory prices for crop and livestock products, made available by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
The Women in Ag Program at Iowa State University, part of Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, is offering Annie’s Project and Annie’s-inspired farm business management courses in several locations across the state this winter.
The average value of an acre of Iowa farmland jumped 17% in 2022, according to the Iowa State University Land Value Survey.