The North Dakota House of Representatives has passed a home exemption reform bill. The bill changes the required amount of income from farming to qualify for the exemption from 50 percent of net income to 66 percent of gross income. It also changes the look-back period from three years to two years and eliminates the off-farm income test. The bill previously passed the Senate and now awaits Governor Doug Burgum’s signature.
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