Master the skills necessary to understand whether a company is financially sound or if its foundations are shaky. Students examine statements of cash flow, profit/loss statements, and ratio analysis on this course.
A programme designed to help students understand the key concepts of financial accounting and learn about the different ways of looking at profit and loss and balance sheets to identify whether a company is financially sound. Financial accounting records information, which is then produced as public statements in order to allow stakeholders to assess the value of a company. This course provides a deeper insight into how we can determine if a company is performing well. Students will look at statements of cash flow, profit/loss statements, and even ratio analysis. By the end of this course, students will have a thorough understanding of the basics of financial accounting.
8 HOURS Total Length
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Trial Balance and How That Is Converted to Financial Statements
Balance Sheet Statement
Profit and Loss Statements
Statement of Cash Flow
Non-Current Assets & Depreciation
Ratio Analysis I
Ratio Analysis II
Science, Maths and Economics Educator
Alongside working towards her corporate finance exams, Kimberley teaches students in biology, physics, maths and economics to help them work toward their GCSEs and IB exams.