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Accounting for Beginners

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Course Description

This course will teach you the most cutting-edge tips and tricks for productivity, automation, and efficiency

This course will cover the 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

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.

After taking this course you will learn:

  • Quickly learn the language of business
  • Plan a start-up business
  • Be taken seriously by your colleagues and bosses

    This course is for professionals within the following business functions:

    • Entrepreneurs who want to quickly learn the language of business
    • Anybody who is planning a start-up business
    • Managers, Directors, Vice Presidents that want to be taken seriously by their colleagues and bosses

    1. Accounting Fundamentals Level One - 35 Minutes

      1. Introduction
      2. First Transactions
      3. T-Accounts Introduction
      4. T-Accounts Conclusion
      5. Trial Balance
      6. Income Statement - Profit & Loss Account 
      7. Balance Sheet
      8. Balance Sheet Variations
      9. Accounts in Practice
      10. Accounts in Practice
      11. E-Book for this section
    2. The Balance Sheet - 8 Minutes

      1. Personal Balance Sheet versus a Company Balance Sheet
      2. Balance Sheets Level 2
    3. Income Statement (Profit & Loss) - 25 Minutes

      1. Income Statement (Profit & Loss) Introduction
      2. Are they Expenses, or Assets?
      3. Accounting Jargon
      4. Why Accruals Accounting is Fundamental
      5. The Trial Balance is the start of the Financials
      6. Fixed Assets, how it is shown in the Income Statement
      7. Stock Inventory movements and how this affects the financials
    4. Other Points - 10 Minutes

      1. Accounts Receivable
      2. How to calculate Return on Capital Employed
      3. Transfer Pricing; International Rules

    About the Expert

    Chris Moore

    Chris Moore

    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
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