Finance and Accounting for Beginners

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This course is designed for non-financial professionals to understand the concepts often discussed in business meetings

  • Lectures         31
  • Video              5 Hours
  • Skill level       Beginner level

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Description

Accounting for Beginners

Course Description

This course was updated October 29th 2015, it will cover the three main areas of finance & accounting:

1) The Income Statement / Profit & Loss Statement and what to look out for in business meetings

2) The Balance Sheet and why this important statement is not complicated, even though the US and UK have a different style for presenting it

3) Options for raising extra cash

Also, there is an extra section based on other areas outside the three main areas

The 16 videos should take less than one hour to assimilate

Take this course and surprise your colleagues with your financial knowledge

What are the requirements?

  • No previous knowledge is required, other than basic business knowledge

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 31 lectures and 4 hours of content!
  • Understand Finance & Accounting meetings
  • Contribute to business strategy
  • Be completely comfortable in business performance meetings

What is the target audience?

  • This is a Finance for non-finance managers course

Curriculum

Section 1: Profit & Loss or Income Statement
Introduction to the course
01:06
Introduction to the next video on P&L and Income Statements

Preview

00:57
Introduction to Profit & Loss and Income Statements
05:31
Are they Expenses or Assets
02:55
Accounting Jargon
02:23
Accuals Accounting is Fundemental
03:07
Stock movements and how this affects the financials
02:36
Section 2: Balance Sheets
Balance Sheet Styles

Preview

04:30
Balance Sheet Level 2
02:41
Section 3: Cash & Working Capital
Raising cash from your receivables/debtors
02:47
Section 4: Working more efficiently
Show two different variables on the same chart
01:48
Jump around an excel worksheet
00:36
Eliminate Error messages
00:55
How to present a moving chart in PowerPoint
02:00
Avoid mistakes with the rounding function
01:32
Section 5: Other points
How to calculate the Return on Capital Employed
04:36
Transfer Pricing – International Rules
01:42
Why Absolute Referencing is important to save time
02:01
Excel and Calculator logic is different
01:39
Section 6: Printed Resources
Profit and Loss, Income Statement Introduction Print
26 pages
Profit & Loss Income Statement Accruals Print
10 pages
Expenses or Assets Print
21 pages
Profit & Loss, Income Statement Terms print
10 pages
Depreciation Print
11 pages
Trial Balance into Financials print
27 pages
Inventories and Stocks Print
21 pages
Balance Sheet start print
24 pages
Balance Sheet Introduction print
20 pages
Invoice Finance print
8 pages
Return on Capital Employed print
16 pages
International Rules print
6 pages
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