Farmer-to-consumer marketing, 6 : financial management Public Deposited

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  • Farmer-to-consumer marketing
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  • Managing the financial affairs of a direct marketing operation includes: • Raising capital • Identifying financial objectives and creating plans to achieve them • Budgeting for the future flow of cash receipts and disbursements (cash management) • Controlling the use and distribution of funds • Protecting the operation’s assets Capital comes from two basic sources: • Equity capital (also known as ownership capital) is from savings, gifts, and inheritances • Debt capital is borrowed from lenders or from lessors through long‑term lease arrangements.
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