Should You Do Your Financials on Your Own?

by Kim Lang June 8, 2010

Mike Jacobson64 x 64 We talk a lot here about the importance of having a financial analysis for your farm.  Let's address whether that's something you can do on your own.  Since we're somewhat biased in this particular discussion, we turn the microphone over the Mike Jacobson, a banker from North Platte, Nebraska.  His comments come from a panel discussion a few months ago that focused on controlling what you can control in the success of your farming operation.  It's a short video, just a little over two minutes that you can watch by clicking here.

For the text of this segment, click here:  Should You Do Your Financials on Your Own

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