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The aim of Farming Financial Management is to provide farm managers and students with knowledge and understanding of the financial planning process in a farming context, as well as production economy principles and cost concepts. It is important to understand how to prepare and analyse financial statements, and this textbook expertly lays out the fundamental principles of basic accounting.
MODULE 1: Financial management in perspective
MODULE 2: Financial Management Information System: importance, requirements and auxiliary statements
MODULE 3: Financial management information system: accounting principles and journals
MODULE 4: Financial Management Information System: double entry principle and an introduction to financial statements
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