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Financial economy

Financial economy is one part of the economy, which examines the use and distribution of resources and the dealing with which has been inevitable for each company. The specificity of the financial economy of an agricultural holding is primarily due to the direct relevance of the production activity to biological processes, but also very much in their corporate legal form.

This section provides an overview of the most common parts of the financial economy, but one can also be assisted by the advisers (find the adviser) of the field of financial economics who:
• analyze the company's financial report;
• are familiar with the basic legal provisions regulating the company's accounting;
• carry out financial analysis;
• understand the ways of formation of prices in agriculture and the rural economy (including knowledge of stock the exchange);
• evaluate the return on investments;
• are familiar with the tax laws (income tax, social tax, VAT etc);
• are familiar with finances, crediting, aids (loans, leases, funds, direct aids, investment aids, etc), compile cash flows;
• assess the risks;
• analyze statistical information;
• determine production trends and volumes;
• carry out cost-benefit calculations.