Pennsylvania Farm Account Book, Part 1
Commercial agriculture is a large, complicated business. An adequate and permanent record is a necessary tool for efficient business management and tax reporting. The Pennsylvania Farm Account Book Part 1: Receipts and Expenses is designed for recording data needed to analyze and manage a farm business and to file income, social security, and self-employment tax returns.
Anyone who owns or manages a farming operation
How to record receipts and expenses. Accounts in the receipts section are grouped with the livestock sections first, then miscellaneous receipts, and then crop receipts and production records. Expense items are likewise grouped. Livestock expense items are found first, then crop expenses, building and equipment expenses, followed by general expenses and miscellaneous items.
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Miguel Antonio Saviroff, MS