Is your farm your secondary business?

Often farmers will put off "real" bookkeeping until their farm is their main business or main source of income. (For the sake of this post, we'll ignore that it's very, VERY difficult for a farm to become a profitable business without sound bookkeeping practices.) However, it may be even MORE important to establish solid bookkeeping when farming is a secondary business.

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Common Bookkeeping Mistakes #5 - Categorizing Income/Expenses Incorrectly

Categorizing income and expenses properly is essential to produce accurate financial reports, measure your operation's performance, budget for the future, and more. Without placing transactions in the correct category, a bookkeeping system is essentially worthless, since the final numbers don't mean anything. Is an operation even profitable in this situation? Who really knows?

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New Year's Resolutions

It's getting to be that time again...time to start thinking about changes you will make in your business. Even when things are going great, most people tend to look at January 1st as a new start of something. Here are some possible things you may want to try.

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