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This Finance and Accounting course has over 1,100 students and was substantially updated in February 2017, it will cover the three main areas of finance & accounting : This is an ideal course for Managers and Entrepreneurs who want to quickly learn finance and accounting which is the language of business
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
4) Best practice when preparing statements
Also, there is an extra section based on other areas outside the three main areas
Take this course and surprise your colleagues with your financial knowledge.
Senior management value colleagues that understand what makes their company tick, these are the people that get fast tracked up the promotion ladder.
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|Section 1: Level One|
Introduction to Level OnePreview
The First Trial Balance
The First Income Statement, also called: The Profit & Loss AccountPreview
The First Balance Sheet
Balance Sheet VariationsPreview
Accounts in Practise
|Section 2: Balance Sheets|
A Personal Balance Sheet compared with a Company Balance SheetPreview
Balance Sheet Level 2
|Section 3: Profit & Loss or Income Statement|
About Chris the instructorPreview
Introduction to the next video on P&L and Income StatementsPreview
Introduction to Profit & Loss and Income Statements
Are they Expenses or Assets? Why is this?Preview
Accounting Jargon explained
Why Accuals Accounting is so Fundemental
How the Financials are born from the simple Trial Balance
Fixed Assets and how they are shown in the Income Statement
Stock movements (Inventories) and how they affect the financials
|Section 4: Cash & Working Capital|
Collecting money from your customers
Raising cash from your receivables/debtors
|Section 5: Working more efficiently|
Show two different variables on the same chart
Jump around an excel worksheet
Eliminate Excel Error messages
How to present a moving financial chart in PowerPoint
Don't get embarrassed, avoid adding mistakes with the rounding function
|Section 6: Other points|
How to calculate the Return on Capital Employed
Transfer Pricing - International RulesPreview
Budgeting and Macro Economics
Why Absolute Referencing is important to save time
Excel and Calculator logic are Different
Protect your excel work
|Section 7: Printed Resources|
Profit and Loss, Income Statement Introduction Print
Profit & Loss Income Statement Accruals Print
Expenses or Assets Print
Profit & Loss, Income Statement Terms print
Trial Balance into Financials print
Inventories and Stocks Print
Balance Sheet start print
Balance Sheet Introduction print
Invoice Finance print
Return on Capital Employed print
International Rules print
Before becoming a Coaching Finance specialist Chris Moore's career included 20 years in Financial Director roles, including working for USA companies. The last seven years were spent as the Managing Director of one of Boeing Aircraft's UK subsidiaries, and in this time he oversaw the setting up of a multi-million dollar eLearning and training division.
Chris is a:– Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants– Fellow of the Institute of Directors– Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute– Global Management Accountant