If you run a farm business, you probably ask yourself questions like, “How profitable was this market over that one?”, “Should we raise chickens again?”, and “How is the business doing?” Answers to these questions must be informed by highly organized, detailed farm financial information. As your farm business evolves and matures, QuickBooks most often becomes the solution of choice for storing all of your farm’s financial data and analyzing your business.
Now farmers can get some directed and one-on-one guidance in the set up and use of QuickBooks for their farm business in an online course offered October 5 – Nov 9, 2015, with live Mon. evening webinars from 7-8p Eastern time.
BF 204: QuickBooks for Farmers is led by veteran Cornell Cooperative Extension educators who will provide a combination of self-paced activities, homework and personalized guidance to beginning farmers seeking to use QuickBooks in their farm business.
This 6-week course costs $200. Participants who complete all requirements of one or more Northeast Beginning Farmer Project online courses are eligible to be endorsed for a 0% interest loan of up to $10,000 through Kiva Zip.