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By Mark Parker
There’s a lot to be said about youthful enthusiasm — especially when it’s focused on serving the agricultural community.
At Frontier Farm Credit’s Parsons location, two new financial services officers are bringing a fresh outlook to the task of providing credit and financial expertise.
Darren Wiley is a more recent addition to the Parsons staff but that doesn’t mean the Labette County native didn’t have important skills when he arrived in February.
Frontier Farm Credit recordkeeping saves you time and assists in maintaining and creating accurate records for improving your business.
Recently at the Frontier Farm Credit annual meeting, I shared what I think it means to be successful going forward. Elements are required – both today and tomorrow – to be an increasingly relevant business to our customers. Some of these thoughts are from the strategic planning session we shared with three other Associations last summer. Other thoughts are taken from what we have discovered or “uncovered” during some of the early Vision 2025 work we’ve done with staff, directors, and marketplace advisory council members at our September 2013 session facilitated by Dr. Kohl.
Leasing can provide many benefits to you – preserve working capital, avoid equipment obsolescence, diversify credit, and provide 100% financing. Above all, a properly structured True Lease can bring valuable tax savings.
- FFA Chapter Fuels Burning Desire to Learn
- AgDirect® Benefiting Frontier Farm Credit and You
- Peace of Mind the Goal When Financing Rural Property
- Crop Insurance Processes, Products Provide Risk Management Support for Customers
- The Privilege of Serving Farmers
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