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Know How to Perform Cost Volume Profit Analysis and the Importance of operating leverage
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  • Lectures 36
  • Length 4 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 1/2016 English

Course Description

In this course, we cover the many Management Accounting concepts that are covered in Managerial ( Management) Accounting university course.

Learn and Master Management Accounting Tool and Technique.

  • Determine which business costs are fixed and which are variable
  • Determine the fixed and variable costs when a cost is mixed.
  • Calculate the amount os sales needed by the business in order to break-even
  • Calculate the amount os sales needed to earn a profit.
  • Know how to use the Cost Volume Profit model to predict future profits
  • Learn how to perform sensitivity analysis

What are the requirements?

  • Everything will be provided

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Know how to Apply the concepts of management accounting to the various activities in the organization by analyzing different types of costs and use them in decision making situations
  • Know how to perform Cost-Volume-Profit analysis for profit planning, pricing decisions, and sensitivity analysis
  • Understand the difference between financial accounting and management accounting.
  • Understand how different costs behave as business activity increases. Fixed Costs. Variable costs and Mixed costs.
  • Be ab;e to use the cost/volume/profit model to predict future profits.

What is the target audience?

  • Managers interested in improving their understanding of management accounting tools and techniques.
  • Anyone wanting to improve their management knowledge
  • Anyone who wants to understand management tools and techniques

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Management Accounting vs. Financial Accounting
Topic #1 -Introduction to Management Accounting
Preview
04:46
Topic #2 -Overview of Management Accounting purposes
05:56
Topic #3 - Know management Accounting Terminology
09:06
Test Your Understanding - Level A (Knowledge questions)
Preview
04:02
Showme Problem #1
Preview
04:42
Test Your Understanding - Level B (Application Questions)
02:42
Section 2: Know how to Perform Cost Behaviour Analysis
12:57
Business activity can be considered to be either sales or production. If sales (or production) increases then which costs in a business will increase and by how much?
Topic 1A - Another lecture on cost behaviour
Preview
10:29
Test Your Understanding - Level A ( Knowledge Questions)
04:17
Showme Problem #1
04:42
Showme Problem set #1- Cost Behaviour
Preview
12:03
Showme Problem Set #2 - Cost Behaviour
07:06
Showme Problem Set #3 - Cost Behaviour
Preview
08:38
Showme Problem #4 -High Low method
03:22
Showme Problem #5 -High Low method
03:12
Test Your Understanding - Level B (Application Questions)
05:23
Section 3: Know how to perform Cost Volume Profit analysis
Topic #1 -Cost Volume Profit analysis
14:47
10:29
Once we have the costs of a company broken into fixed and variable costs - we can then re-format the income statement into a contribution margin and present a cost-volume-profit income statement - a very useful management forecasting tool.
Test Your understanding on Cost Volume Profit -Level A (Knowledge)
06:31
Showme Problem#1 on Break even Analysis
02:09
Showme Problem #2 Cost Volume Profit Analysis
02:09
Showme Problem #3 -CVP Analysis
03:31
Showme - CVP Problem Set #1
07:30
Showme - CVP Problem Set #2
00:27
Showme Problem #4 - Ripple
04:16
Showme - CVP Problem Set #3
11:50
Showme - CVP Comprehensive Problem
11:43
Test Your Understanding of Cost Volume profit - Level B
10:11
Section 4: Break-even for a Multi product company
Calculating The Weighted Average Contribution Margin
16:27
Calculating Break-even for a multi Product Company
06:39
Multi Product Break-even Problem
02:05
Multi Product Break-even - Trail co,
02:56
Section 5: Cost Structure and Leverage
Understanding cost structure and its effect on leverage
07:29
Problem on Leverage - Antique
04:36
WACM, CVP and Leverage Problem
08:03
Leverage Problem
03:59

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Instructor Biography

Dr. John Mclellan, Accounting Professor

I am a Professor of Accounting with over thirty-five years experience teaching accounting to college students, undergraduate and MBA university students as well as CMA candidates seeking to earn their Professional Certified Management Accountant Designation.

I achieved my Certified Management Accountant Designation 40 years ago. With that I then earned my Masters of Business Administration degree and later a PHD in accounting.

I have developed and will continue to develop a number of courses in both Financial Accounting and Management Accounting for you - a college or university student (or even a secondary student) to help you to achieve the best result in your undergraduate accounting course. If you get an "A" from me I guarantee you will get an "A" from your accounting prof.

For Graduate students, I have a course to prepare those of you who do not have a business degree for the Masters of Business Administration. Also I have a course at the masters level called Managerial Accounting.

For CMA Candidates, I have courses to prepare you to successfully pass their Certified Management Accounting Exams offered by Institute of Management Accountants.


Dr. John

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