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Accounting system S 72 for electronic data processing

, : Accounting system S 72 for electronic data processing. Ugeskrift for Agronomer og Hortonomer 2: 583-590

A description is given of a new accounting system (S 72) for electronic data processing designed specially for Danish farmers. The reason for introducing a new accounting system is to establish a uniform and common system, as accounts are currently kept for the farmers by different farmers' associations. The basic structure of S 72 is described in terms of the required input and the resulting standard output. The possibilities for individual adjustments within the system are mentioned.


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