Cash Flow Planning in Agriculture
March 1999, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I. Introduction to Cash Flow.
The Importance of Cash Flow.
Relationships between the Financial Statements.
A Cash Flow Plan..
Part II. Plan Components.
Purchasing Schedules and Inventory Planning.
Investment, Repair, Debt Service, and Other Expenditure Planning..
Part III. Compilation and Use of a Total Plan.
Putting the Plan Together.
Assessing Risk through Cash Flow.
Cash Flow Monitoring..
Part IV. Limitations and Other Concerns.
Cash Flow Deficiencies, Problems, and Long-Run Projections.
- Introduction to Part 1
This book will be used to farm management practitioners and undergraduate students in agriculture business, and farm management curricula. The authors are no-nonsense-type farm management specialists who are heavily involved with the day-to-day problems of operating farm managers and with the training of farm management students.
- Dennis R. Starleaf, Professor and Chair Department of Economics, Iowa State University