Tag Archives: farm accounting

Accrual Farm Accounting

One of the most crucial, yet often overlooked responsibilities on the farm is farm business accounting. Regrettably, many operations perceive this task as a necessary evil, typically addressed only once a year before banker meetings or tax return filing.

Tractionag Cash Accounting

A robust accounting foundation empowers you to analyze both current and past financial data, thereby shaping decision-making and guiding the trajectory of your farm business.

Auto Steer Benefits

Farmers familiar with the benefits of auto-steer technology in their equipment can appreciate similar advantages when applying these principles to financial management.

Borrowing Costs Traction Farm Accounting

Building a strong partnership with your lender begins by maintaining accurate financial records. This can have a substantial influence on your borrowing costs.

Interest Rates continue to climb for farmers

Higher interest rates have many implications for a capital-intensive industry like agriculture. Practical management tactics need to change in a high interest rate environment, and strategic concerns must be considered.

Accrual Farm Accounting

It was brought to our attention that services for older versions of QuickBooks Desktop are scheduled to be discontinued.

Julie Rose and Paul Gorman help farmers make better farm management decisions.

High Emphasis on Farm data It’s been said knowledge is…

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The Changing World of Farm Accounting Just as farm equipment…

Accrual Farm Accounting

With COVID and the election taking the headlines in 2020,…

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5 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Farm Accounting Software

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