Calculating payback period – a helpful tool to assess projects
The payback period and discounted payback period are two useful methods to evaluate the time it will take to recover the capital outflow of an investment project.Oct 10, 2017
Liquidity, solvency and profitability in Canadian agriculture
Canadian agriculture remains in a good position to meet its financial obligations. FCC Chief Ag Economist J.P. Gervais explains why.Sep 7, 2016
Know the tax rules before selling grain in the U.S.
While selling grain to the U.S. is becoming easier, Canadian farmers likely need to file a U.S. federal income tax return with the American Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to avoid facing major penalties.Sep 7, 2016
What’s ahead for 2018 balance sheets and income statements?
Are you on top of your farm financial fitness? In this post, we look at what’s ahead for 2018 balance sheets and income statements.Mar 13, 2018
Farm debt and interest rates: What’s the connection?
Income is the primary source of repayment for loans. In this point, we'll look at interest rates and the risks they pose for the capability to meet financial obligations. Explore how to focus on efficiency to control costs, boost income and protect the ability to repay debt.Mar 21, 2017
Balance sheets and income statements: Farm financials you need to know
In this post, we’ll look at what’s ahead in 2017 and dive into the difference between your farm income statements and balance sheets. They’re basic financial tools, but important to master because they drive your business decisions.Mar 7, 2017
Looking to make your life easier during tax time?
AgExpert Analyst accounting software has many features to help you and your accountant stay organized and analyze what's going on with your farm year-round.Oct 21, 2016
Farm accounting continues to evolve
Software expert Karen D. Wright of North Battleford, Sask., has seen a lot of changes in ag accounting software over the years, both in performance and farmers' expectations.Sep 7, 2016
Buy or lease farm equipment: Which option is right for you?
Deciding whether to buy or lease farm equipment can be a difficult decision. Lance Stockbrugger explains the differences between buying and leasing in this video.Sep 7, 2016
Farm financials in Canada and the U.S.: Considering the differences
Canadian asset values outpace U.S. growth in assets. Asset values in Canada have climbed each year over the last five, and they’re expected to continue climbing in 2017, an indication of a healthy farm economy.Mar 14, 2017