This course is a follow on from the beginner’s course in finance & accounting showing more advanced areas in accounting and business. This is an ideal course for Managers, Entrepreneurs and anybody wanting to start in a finance department who needs to quickly learn the language of business
This course has the option of turning on Subtitles or Closed Captions.
The Income Statement / Profit & Loss Statement complications
Fixed Assets and Depreciation
Cost rates and charge-out rates for your staff and your machines
Improving your profitability
Stocks. Inventories and Work-in-Progress
Forecasting and improving the cash in your Company
Sales Budgeting, Cost Budgeting, Rounding errors, Gross Profits, Comparing Actuals with Budgets and Forecasts
The quickest way to get into senior management, (be a mini expert in finance; for non-finance management)
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.
Learn the various issues and techniques that go with Company Budgeting
See how tweaking revenue, prices, fixed costs and variable costs can have a dramatic affect on your forecasts
See a practical demonstration of budgets being compared with the actual results
Having rounding errors can cause significant embarrassment to the creator of the budget. This lesson shows you how to avoid these errors
In some Companies, cash is a vital resource to keep under control. This lecture shows what to look out for
You have produced your budget and the profit, or operating income is disappointing. This lesson shows you how to dissect your forecast and suggest improvements
This is stage 2 from merely pumping up your profits. It shows a more dramatic approach to solving a loss making Company. This also shows how Company Doctors approach the issue.
If you need to either charge out yourself, or some of your staff to other Companies, you will need to see how to build up an hourly, or daily rate. This lesson shows you the method.
This lesson shows you how to charge out machine time in an factory setting.
You've probably heard the expression "cash is king", cash and profits often follow a different pattern. This lesson shows you why this happens.
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