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LANCASTER (Lancaster Co.)
If you own a computer or are
thinking about purchasing one,
and want to use your computer for
your tax and some production re
cords, Lancaster County Coopera
tive'Extension has a new program
A workshop series is intended
to familiarize the farm manager
and/or his designated record keep
er with a farm financial record
keeping system that uses low-cost,
flexible, easty to use computer
software. Participants are encour
aged to bring their personal com
puters (PCs) to the Lancaster
Farm andtHome Center for use du
ring the second and third work
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Computer Record Keeping
The location for the workshop
will be the Lancaster County Farm
and Home Center, downstairs.
The instructor will be Prof. Larry
Jenkins, farm management spe
The dates and times for the
workshops will be September 22
at 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. This general in
formation session will be open to
anyone and will not be limited to
any number of attendees. The ses
sion will discuss computerization
of farm records in general, sys
tems available, need for accurate
production and tax records, etc.
On October 20, workshop ses
sions 1 and 2 will be held. Session
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1 will be 10 a.m. to noon. Session
2 will be 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Session one will include getting
acquainted with the software: in
stallation, setting up accounts and
categories, the entry path, and
learning about the register and
In session two, you will get ac
quainted with the accounts. You
will leant about inventory entry,
accounts payables and receiv
ables, capital purchases, personal
or household expenses, sales,
credit, assets and liabilities.
. On October 27, workshop ses
sions 3 and 4 will be held. Session
3 will be 10 a.m. to noon. Session
4 will be 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
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In session three, you will get ac
quainted with the following re
ports: transactions, credit, cash
flow, accounts payable and re
ceivable, profit and loss reports as
well as balance sheet generation
and income tax management re
Session four will revolve
around data entry practice. You
will work with accrual adjust
ments. credit reports, farm operat
ing income and expense reports,
and first-of-year and end-of-year
Lunch will be on your own. so
there will be no cost for dje work
shop. Preregistration is requested
for sessions 1.2,3, and 4 because
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limited meeting space is available.
Registrations will be accepted on
a first-come, first-served basis.
This workshop is limited to 20
participants because of the large
amount of individual assistance
that will be given, so register early
to assure yourself a place in the
To register, please call the Lan
caster Extension Office, (717)
394-68S1 and leave your name,
address and telephone message for
Alan W. Strock, extension agent/
farm management This workshop
will also be held this winter at the
Berks County Ag Center and
Chester County Cooperative Ex
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