Management

Capital $ Investment in Postharvest Technology & Recovery of Invested Capital

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Authors: 
James R. Gorny
Authors: 
Lisa Kitinoja
Publisher: 
Perishables Handling Quarterly
Year: 
1999

How to Access Trade Finance: A Guide for Exporting SMEs

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Authors: 
International Trade Centre & Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific
Publisher: 
International Trade Centre
Year: 
2009

Manual para la Gestión Empresarial de la Cooperativas de Servicios

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Authors: 
Carlos Torres Morales
Authors: 
Alonso Morales Acosta
Authors: 
Miguel Ángel Torres Morales
Authors: 
Indira Navarro Palacios
Authors: 
Silvia Torres de Ferreyros
Publisher: 
Ministerio de la Producción, Perú
Year: 
2009

Worksheet: Cash Flow Projection for Operating Loan Determination

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A cash flow statement can be described simply as a recording of the dollars coming in and the dollars going out of a business. It shows where the money comes from (the inflow of cash) and where the money goes (the outflow of cash).

Authors: 
Michael R. Langemeier
Publisher: 
Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2005

Variable Costs and Enterprise Budgets

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This AgroBrief deals with variable costs and enterprise budgets. This is a small, basic subject of farm accounting that can be used as a means for both planning and evaluating performance of activities on a farm. After describing the basics of farm economics (1) and enterprises (2) methods of calculating a crop budget (3) and a livestock budget (4) are given. The document is concluded with a short discussion on the use of enterprise budgets.

Authors: 
Rob Witte
Publisher: 
Agromisa
Year: 
2006

Financial Fitness: Exercises to Shape Up Your Spending

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How is your financial health? If budget bumps and bulges or money worries are adding stress to your life, you may need to do an annual checkup to assess your financial fitness and start getting your family’s finances in good shape.

Authors: 
Bobbie D. Shaffett
Publisher: 
Mississippi State University
Year: 
2009

Ejercicios Financieros: Ejercicios para estar en forma con sus gastos

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¿Cómo se encuentra su salud financiera? Si el presupuesto lo sacude y le lleva ventaja, o las preocupaciones por el dinero aumentan el estrés en su vida, un chequeo anual para evaluar su situación financiera y comenzar a poner sus finanzas familiares en orden puede ser un buen comienzo.

Authors: 
Bobbie Shaffett
Publisher: 
Mississippi State University
Year: 
2007

Cooperatives

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Cooperatives (often referred to as “coops”) are an ancient concept where a group works together to meet common needs. This informal arrangement evolved over time into a formal business organization. Cooperatives have special status under tax laws in the United States and most other countries.

Authors: 
James W. Dunn
Authors: 
Jayson K. Harper
Authors: 
Lynn F. Kime
Publisher: 
Pennsylvania State University
Year: 
2005

Interpretation and Use of the Amortization Table

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When money is borrowed to make long-term capital investments, it is generally paid back in a series of annual or semiannual payments. If these payments are to be the same amount each time, the loan is amortized. The even payment plan method of amortizing a loan allows for the payment of interest on the unpaid balance, plus some principal. The amount of the interest paid each period will decrease while the amount of the annual payment applied toward the principal will increase. The example in Table 1 illustrates how the amount of interest and principal changes over the loan period.

Authors: 
Michael R. Langemeier
Publisher: 
Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2009

Whole Farm, Profit Objective Pricing

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Payday is the day agricultural producers sell their commodities and livestock. Most of us, whether farmers, small businessmen, or employees, wish to earn the most for our efforts. The intent of this guide is to help producers calculate a profit objective price for their commodities in any given year based on that year’s farm mix of crops and livestock and on historical expense, income, and production data.

Authors: 
Michael R. Langemeier
Publisher: 
Kansas State University
Year: 
2010
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