Accounting, Finance and Banking - A Comprehensive Study
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"Accounting, Finance and Banking - A Comprehensive Study"
In this course, you will learn
Financial Management &
BankingSo, you may have a question, why all in three?
Answer is - all the three domains are interrelated
If you are going to be an accountant, you cannot survive without interacting with Finance and Banking Executives. And same is the case for other two.
So, you should have knowledge in all the three, and this course will teach you from Basics to Advanced concepts in all the three domains.
So, what is curriculum?
Section names are listed here. You would see the detailed list below this course summary
Section 1 - Basics of Accounting in 66 Minutes
Section 2 - Accounting Process
Section 3 - Final Accounts
Section 4 - Single Entry System of Accounting
Section 5 - Rectification of Errors
Section 6 - Depreciation Accounting
Section 7 - Accounting for Partnership Firms
Section 8 - Basics of Accounting Standards
Section 9 - Accounting for Deferred Taxes
Section 10 - Financial Management - Introduction
Section 11 - Time Value of Money
Section 12 - Financial Ratio Analysis
Section 13 - Cash Flow Analysis
Section 14 - Fund Flow Analysis
Section 15- Cost of Capital
Section 16 - Capital Structuring Decisions
Section 17 - Types of Financing
Section 18 - Capital Budgeting Investment Decisions
Section 19 - Working Capital Management
Section 20 - Basics of International Finance
Section 21 - Quotes
Section 22 - American Term and European Term
Section 23 - Bid and Ask
Section 24 - Basics of Banking
Section 25 - Classification of Banks
Section 26 - Functions of Commercial Bank
Section 27 - Co-operative Banks
Section 28 - Central Bank Functions
Section 29 - General aspects of Banking
Section 30 - Banking Credit Analysis Process
Section 31 - Financial Statement Reading Skill
Section 32 - Types of Business Loans
This course is structured in self paced learning style.
You will have right to access close to 400 Video Lectures of this course covering three domains.
This course is structured with an intention to equip you in basics and advanced concepts for both academic and practical purposes
Mandatory Disclosure regarding course contents:.
This course consolidates key lectures of other individual courses namely
-Accounting is Easy,
-Accounting for Beginners in 66 Minutes
- Basics of Accounting Standards
- Depreciation Accounting
- Accounting for Partnership Firms
- Accounting for Deferred Taxes
- Basics of International Finance
- Financial Management - A Complete Study
- Banking Credit Analysis Process
- Basics of Banking
- Basics of International Finance
Hence, if you are purchasing this course, it consolidates key lectures of all the above courses. So, make sure you don't purchase above courses, if you are purchasing this course.
Take this course to gain strong foothold in Accounting, Finance and Banking.
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|Section 1: Basics of Accounting in 66 Minutes|
Mission I Preparing Financial Statements - without numbersPreview
Mission I Preparing Financial Statements - with numbersPreview
Mission I Preparing Financial Statements - little comprehensivePreview
Mission I Preparing Financial Statements - Comprehensive
Mission II Debits and Credits
Mission II Accounting Equation
Mission III Golden Rules of Accounting Introduction
Mission III Golden Rule - Personal Account Rule
Mission III Golden Rule - Real Account Rule
Mission III Golden Rule - Nominal Account Rule
Mission III Golden Rule Summary
|Section 2: Accounting Process & Final Accounts|
Accounting Entries -Purchase of Assets, Credit Sales, Bank Loans, Salary Payment
Accounting Entries-Interest income, Share Capital, Cash Deposit, Making Loans
Accounting Entries - Credit Purchases, Salary Payable,
Accounting Entries-Sales Return, Purchase Return, Salary and Commission Payment
Accounting Equation, Ledger Balances, Balance Sheet Explanations
Credit Sales, Capital as Machinery, Rent outstanding, Rent Payment, Depreciation
Credit Purchase of Machinery, Purchase Retrun, Debit Balance, Cash Withdrawal
Ledger, Golden Rules
Introduction To Final Accounts
Outstanding Expenses And Prepaid Expenses
Accrued Income And Income Received In Advances
Interest On Capital And Interest On Drawings
Bad Debts, Provition For Bad And Doutful Debts And Discount On Debtors
Provision For Discount On Debtors
Case Studiy 1 Bad Debts, Provition For Bad And Doutful Debts
Case Study 2 Problem on Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts
Case Study 4 Provision for Bad and Doubtful Dedts
Case Study 5 Outstanding Salary
Case Study 6 Prepaid Insurance Premium
Case Study 7 Accrued Commission
Case Study 8 Rent Received in Advance
Case Study 9 Interest on Capital
Case Study 10 Interest on Drawings
Case Study 11 Interest Outstanding
Case Study 12 Interest on Drawings Adjusting adn Transfer Entry
Case Study 13 Rent received in Advance - Effect in Financial Statement
Case Study 14 Sundry Debtors and related adjustments
Case Study 15 Accrued Commission Adjusting Entry
Case Study 16 Depreciation and its effect in Financial Statement
Case Study 17 Sundry Debtors and Bad Debts
Case Study 18 Sundry Debtors and Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts
Case Study 21 Provision for Discount on Creditors
|Section 3: Single Entry System of Accounting|
Case Study 1 Finding Profit from limited information
Case Study 2 Finding missing information
Case Study 3 Finding missing information when there is no drawings
Case Study 4 Finding missing information when there is loss
Case Study 5 Preparing Profit and loss from limited information
Case Study 6 Find missing profit from limited information
Case Study 7 Find missing profit or loss
Case Study 8 Find profit from available information
|Section 4: Rectification of Errors|
Rectification of Errors Introduciton
Error of Principle
Error of Omission
Error of Commission
|Section 5: Depreciation Accounting|
Introduction to Depreciation Accounting
Methods of Deprection
Straight Line Method of Depreciation
Finding Amount of Depreciation
Written Down Value Method of Deprecitation
|Section 6: Accounting for Partnership Firms|
Introduction to Partnership
General Features of Partnership
Capital Accounts of Partners
Methods of Maintaingn Capital Accounts
Fixed Capital Method
Proforma for Fixed Capital Method
Fluctuationg Capital Method and Proforma
Case Study on Fixed and Fluctuating Capital Method
Difference between Fixed and Fluctuating Capital Methods
Distribution of Profits
Interest on Capital
Case Study on Interest on Capital
Interest on Drawings
Methods for Computing Interest on Drawings
Product Method for Interest on Drawings
Case Study on Product Method
Average Period Method
Case study on Interest on Capital
Case Study on Average Price Method
|Section 7: Basics of Accounting Standards|
Accounting Standards Coverage
What Accounting Standards does
Benefits of Accounting Standards
Limitations of setting Accounting Standards
Convergence towards Global Accounting Standards
International Accounting Standards Board
IFRS as Global Standards
I am a practicing Chartered Accountant with tonnes of passion for teaching.
I teach Financial Management & Strategic Financial Management for Chartered Accountancy, Cost and Management Accountancy and Company Secretary students in Ernakulam, India. I also hold Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration in Finance from Symbiosis, Pune and Bachelors in Commerce, from Loyola College, Chennai.
I worked in State Bank of India as Assistant Vice President - Credit for a period of four years after which i started my Chartered Accountancy Practice. During the stint in State Bank of India, I worked on credit proposals of Mid Corporate Units and gained good experience in Financial Analysis, Risk Assessment, Viability Study, Evaluating business models, Project Finance, Working Capital Management, etc.
I conduct work shops for Entrepreneurs, Chartered Accountancy / Cost and Management Accountancy Students on the topics like Project Finance, Credit Risk Assessment, Entrepreneurship Development, Finance for Non Finance Executives, etc.
I love teaching and i want fundamentals of accounting and finance to reach students and so i am here.