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Accounting, Financial and Cash Flow Analysis

A Comprehensive step by step Course; from basic to advance

4.71 (7 reviews)

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3.5 hours

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Sep 2020

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What you will learn

Students will learn the entire aspects of accounting from basic to advance, and the full practical techniques of preparing Financial Statements.

Learn the basic of Bookkeeping and its importance

Understand Accounting and its characteristics

Overview the relationship between Accounting and generating profit

Master the fundamental principle in accounting: Debit (Dr) and Credit (Cr)

Gain knowledge of T-Accounts and Journal Entries

Understand the Accounting Cycle

Acquire full knowledge of the main Financial Statements and all their elements and principles

Overview the Accounting matching concept

Learn the crucial Balance Sheet equation in simple steps and with the use of practical examples

Master the logic behind Debit and Credit and acquire full confidence on when to Debit or credit a transaction

Learn all the necessary techniques to build up an entire set of Financial Statements from scratch.

Understanding the crucial difference between Profit and Cash Flow.

Go through strategies to overcome Cash flow problems.


Description

Why Bookkeeping and Accounting?

  • As Investor Warren Buffett (One of the richest man in the planet) famously said, accounting is the language of business and you have to be as comfortable with that as you are with your own native language to really evaluate businesses.

  • After all, business is about making money, and without accounting you would never be able to measure the performance of a business.

  • If you cannot measure performances, how would you know whether or not you are on the right track?

  • Accounting is the path to profitability

  • Accounting allows you to analyse a company, evaluate its performance, secure a loan if needed, plan business strategies and attract investors.

Main reason why you should enrol in this course

  • This course in structure in a friendly and very easy to understand way - it will provide you with the practical techniques required to understand the full accounting cycle and gain the confidence needed to pass your exams with top marks, secure a top job, obtain a promotion or be a successful entrepreneur.

  • The knowledge you will gain from this course will open the path/doors to a successful career, gain the highest marks if you are a student, or to a profitable business if you are an entrepreneur.

  • Anything you will learn from this course will remain with you for ever; there are many things we lose in life but no one can take away your knowledge from you, and knowledge is power and the key to success.

  • You will learn from an instructor of this course (Me!) who has gained over 15 years first-hand experience in small and medium organisation as well as multinational corporations and who has a passion to share that valuable experience and knowledge.

  • The course is presented in high quality videos with interesting animations to keep audience engaged and for an easy learning experience.

  • The animations are matched to the contents which help the students visualizing the meaning of the lectures.

  • If you are a student and want to pass your exams with the highest marks then this course is definitely for you - after all, I guided colleagues during my university studies to achieving his highest marks ever.

  • If you are an entrepreneur, you must enrol in this course - you will learn all the key elements of accounting and when attending a meeting you will be able to actively participate and engage in the business strategies.

  • And finally just a reminder that the course comes with Udemy’s 30-day unconditional money-back-in-full guarantee - I am so confident you will love this course that giving you a guarantee is my last worry!

Enrol today and you will remember this wise decision for ever in your life!

Why choosing this course and why it stands out of the crowd?

  • The Accounting, Financial and Cash Flow Analysis  is an amazing comprehensive step-by-step Course; it will guide you from the most basic concept in accounting all the way up to the most advanced concepts and techniques in accounting.

  • The instructor of this course (Me!) is a professional Chartered Certified Accountant who has gained over 15 year experience in small and medium organisations as well as multinational corporations. I have also worked as an auditor for over three years in one of the top 5 Accounting firms in the World.

  • I started my career in Accounting at the Crown Estate; the Crown Estate is the organization managing Her Majesty's The Queen and Royals properties in the United Kingdom.

  • The course includes several practical course studies which shows theories put into practice.

  • Great support from my side - if anything is not clear you can contact me and I will answer as soon as I can.

  • You will learn from an instructor who loves sharing his experience and passion for accounting with any human in this planet.

Let's start this amazing journey together!!! Enrol today!!!


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Content

Introduction to Bookkeeping and Accounting

Understanding Bookkeeping: a complete overview

Typical activities involved in Bookkeeping

Limitations and advantages of Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping

Understanding Accounting: a complete overview

Accounting

Why do we need Accounting? What are it's objectives?

Reasons why we need Accounting

The key quality Characteristics of Accounting and types of Accounting

Types of Accounting

Hidden relationship between accounting and cash

The fundamental principle in accounting explained

The fundamental principle in accounting: DR & CR

Understanding T-Accounts

Fundamental principle in accounting

Understanding the Accounting Cycle

The Five steps of the Accounting Cycle explained

The Accounting Cycle presented in a Chat

The five steps of the accounting cycles

Overview of Financial Statements

The four Financial Statements everyone should be aware of

Overview of the key Financial Statements

The main Financial Statements

Income Statement (Profit & Loss)

The Income Statement (Or Profit & Loss) Explained

Income Statement (Or Profit & Loss)

Revenue and its recognition principle explained with easy to understand examples

Revenue

Direct Costs or Cost of Goods sold (COGS) explained with practical examples

Operating Costs explained with practical examples

Operating costs

The Structure of the Income Statement

Statement of Financial Position (Balance Sheet)

The Statement of Financial Position (Or Balance Sheet) explained

The main elements of the Balance Sheet: Assets and Liabilities

Shareholders' Equity

So, why the Balance sheet must balance? This is explained with basic and clear p

Statement of Financial Position

Balance Sheet Equation

Elements of the Statement of Financial Position (Or Balance Sheet)

Reason why a Balance Sheet must balance

How do we know whether to Dr or Cr a transaction? Understanding Dr and CR in dee

Dr or Cr transactions: A visual overview of the accounts categories

A visual overview on how to apply Dr and CR easily

The logic behind DR and CR explained with practical examples

The impact of DR and CR entries on Retained Earnings

DR and CR applied with practical examples

Dr or Cr a transaction

Reasons why DR must equal CR

Contra accounts in Dr and CR

Contra accounts

Practical Exercises: Apply the 5 Steps of the Accounting Cycles

Practical Examples - Part 1

Practical Examples - Part 2

Practical Examples - Part 3

Step 2: Journals Entries

Step 3: Create a General Ledger

Step 4 Building up a Trial Balance (TB)

Step 5 Preparation of Financial Statements

Understanding the crucial difference between Profit and Cash Flow

What's the difference between Profit and Cash? A crucial revelation for owners.

Profits vs Cash: how can a business be profitable and end up with no Cash?

Accrual Basis Accounting: Practical Examples

Profits Vs Cash: Other impacts with practical examples

Reasons for business failure

Difference between Profit and Cash Flow

Difference between Cash Basis Accounting and Accrual Basis Accounting

Strategies to overcome Cash Flow problems

Good cashflow management

Applying strategies to overcome Cash Flow problems

Strategies to overcome Cash Flow problems

Statement of Cash flow

The Statement of Cash Flow and types of Cash Flow Methods

The three main areas of Cash Flow and observations

Step 5 Statement of Cash flow - Practical example.

Statement of Cash Flow

Areas of the Cash Flow Statement

Statement of Changes in Equities

The Statement of Changes in Equities and its purposes

Preparing the Statement of Changes in Equities

Step 5 Statement of Changes in Equities - Practical example

Statement of Changes in Equities


Reviews

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Amanda24 November 2020

The instructor is very enthusiastic about his material and is able to explain things very well. His classes seem to cover the main notions around the topic and the general technical quality of this course cannot be criticised. The questionnaires at the end of each topic are really useful for testing our knowledge.

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Emily18 October 2020

Highly recommended! As a junior accountant, I find this course extremely refreshing and helpful. The content is relevant and well structured. I also love how prompt and friendly Ciro is in replying to my questions.

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Chin5 October 2020

Very good course. The instructor explains all the topics in details and the sections about debit and credits are great because he explains how to apply them very well. The practical examples on how to create financial statements are super helpful too. A strongly recommended course.


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