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Farm accounts aid management: Increasing capital required, higher costs, and smaller profit margin call for better financial records

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Arthur Shultis, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 6(3):6-6.

Published March 01, 1952

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California farmers operate a highly commercialized business. In 1951 they took in an average of around $18,000 per farm and paid out a large portion of it in operating costs, for capital items, and in personal income taxes.

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A California Farm Record Book designed on the double entry system and which can be used as the original book of entry for a list of ledger accounts but which does not require technical accounting training may be examined at the county office of the Farm Advisor

Farm accounts aid management: Increasing capital required, higher costs, and smaller profit margin call for better financial records

Arthur Shultis
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Farm accounts aid management: Increasing capital required, higher costs, and smaller profit margin call for better financial records

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Authors

Arthur Shultis, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 6(3):6-6.

Published March 01, 1952

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

California farmers operate a highly commercialized business. In 1951 they took in an average of around $18,000 per farm and paid out a large portion of it in operating costs, for capital items, and in personal income taxes.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

A California Farm Record Book designed on the double entry system and which can be used as the original book of entry for a list of ledger accounts but which does not require technical accounting training may be examined at the county office of the Farm Advisor


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