The general consensus is that financial records should be put in some sort of order. The real question is twofold: which records should be kept and for how long?
Keeping good records can help business owners manage the day-to-day operations of their farms while increasing their time to enjoy their horses. No one enjoys sifting through stacks of business records, especially when the alternatives can be so attractive: going to a horse race or show, riding, or just sitting on the porch and watching horses graze. The benefits of a well-organized system for maintaining records far outweigh the hassle.
This free report will help you to tame that wild pile of unorganized paperwork throughout the year to optimize the horse and farm ownership experience.
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