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The farm loans features on farmers.gov include educational materials and tools on the website and self-service capabilities like view loan information, history, and payments through the authenticated portal.
A “My Financial Information” tab in the farmers.gov portal where individual producers can securely view loans and financial information; interest payments (including year-to-date interest paid for the past five years); loan history; paid-in-full and restructured loans; and account alerts giving borrowers important notifications regarding their loans. (The current functionality does not include entities like an LLC or Trust.)
An interactive farm loans educational tool that – through several simple questions –matches USDA farm loan products/programs with customer needs
Develop and share farmer-friendly farm loan checklists through the farmers.gov website
Add entities to the view loans capabilities in the farmers.gov portal
Add manage loan capabilities, like track payments, in the farmers.gov portal