Knowing your cash flow budgets well in advance can help plan for potentially tight periods, ensuring funds are on hand when you need them.
If you’re concerned about cash flow, a proactive approach to working capital is your first line of defence in protecting the financial health of your operation.
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Understand the benefits of cash flow planning and why it’s an integral part of farm financial management.
Learn how to plan proactively for unexpected changes to your farm revenues.
January can be a financially tough on the farm as the post-holiday crunch is a time of high expenses and tight income.
When it comes to budgeting for farm businesses, financial advisors say greater adaptability in managing variable income, carefully consideration of what constitutes a true farm expense and financial clarity can all go a long way.
Have a spring cash flow plan created as much as a year ahead. Sit down annually with a financial to review your balance sheet and income statement.