BF 203: Holistic Financial Planning

 

Sign up before Dec 15th and receive $25 off tuition!

If you’ve been struggling to make your farm operation profitable without driving yourself into the ground, this financial planning course is for you. Ultimately, it will help you with the delicate balancing act that all farmers must succeed in: balancing healthy profits with healthy land and a healthy farm family and personal life.

“This course gave us the support we needed to get started on designing a whole farm budget, assessing our net worth, setting goals, and making decisions; and a set of tools to help us as we define profit for ourselves and our farm.” –Cyrus Y, Kennebunk, ME

As a result of this course, you will:

- Write a statement of your family’s values and vision and know how to use it to guide financial and overall farm decision-making
- Develop an Annual Financial Plan mapping out your planned profit, income streams, and expenses (this plan doubles as a cash-flow statement in your business plan and is one of the main documents a lender will want to see)
- Understand that all expenses are not created equally, and now how to prioritize and cut them
- Know how to monitor your plan so that you can correct your course when you start to go off-plan


The course runs January 15 – February 23, 2018 with webinars each Monday evening from 7-8:30pm Eastern time. Webinars will be recorded for later viewing.


*SPECIAL PRICE* of just $175 for this online course.
 
 
 
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Event Properties

Event Date 1/15/2018
Event End Date 2/23/2018
Individual Price $175.00
175.00 $
 
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