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Free financial advice on tap for ag businesses

VERMONT — Vermont farm, forest and maple business owners may sign up for a free, individualized coaching session with a University of Vermont (UVM) Extension business expert. One-on-one meetings by phone or videoconferencing will be offered from late February through June.
Appointments are on a first-come, first-served basis and must be reserved no later than Thursday of the week prior to the desired time slot. Appointments are 90 minutes and may be booked with one of the following UVM Extension specialists: Tony Kitsos (farm), Chris Lindgren (forest or maple), Betsy Miller (farm) or Zac Smith (farm or digital marketing). 
Sessions may be used to discuss or revise business goals, develop a balance sheet or budget, update financial statements, review a business plan for an accurate financial analysis or ask for advice on other business-related matters. Help also is available for assessing changes to markets and other financial concerns due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For a complete list of dates and to register, go to go.uvm.edu/agbizcoaching. Once registered, individuals will be contacted to make arrangements for their appointment.
To request a disability-related accommodation to participate, contact Christi Sherlock at (866) 860-1382, ext. 200, three weeks prior to the scheduled session.

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