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National Good Food Network is presenting a five-part webinar series, "Financial Fundamentals for Food Hubs," beginning February 21 and held weekly on Tuesdays. Participants in this beginner-friendly, multi-part financial webinar series, led by representatives from Farm Credit, will learn how to manage, format and attribute financial reports, including the common chart of accounts, balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and cash flow statements. Each 20- to 30-minute Tuesday webinar will be followed later in the week by a one-hour follow-up "office hours" session where attendees may ask specific questions. This free webinar series is intended to be a complete web course on the fundamentals of food hub financial recordkeeping.



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