Financial Statement Analysis Course

Financial Accounting

National Registry of CPE Sponsors - NASBA

Purpose

The Financial Statement Analysis course provides financial statement analysis education and helps candidates pass the Accounting Analysis Certification or Accounting Analysis exam. The course does not include the exam.

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Overview

The primary objective of accounting is to provide information that is useful in making good decisions. The course emphasizes that accounting is not an end but is a means to an end. Timely, relevant, and reliable accounting information is what enables a user who has an interest in the financial performance of the business to make good decisions. Business success begins with the fundamental knowledge and understanding of how accounting information is generated and analyzed for making good decisions.

Some students who take this course are not accountants. Individuals who own, manage, or work in a business should understand how accounting information is generated and analyzed to assist them in their specific responsibilities and enable them to make better decisions. For example, costs, prices, sales volume, profits, and return on investment are all accounting measurements and understanding these and other accounting terms and concepts help them understand and communicate within their business environment. Accounting is the language of business.

Course Materials

This course includes:

  • Pre-assessment Test
  • On-demand Video Instruction
  • Textbook
  • Exercises, Problems, and Practice Tests
  • Answers to Exercises, Problems, and Practice Tests
  • Quizzes
  • Instructor Support
  • Post-assessment Test
  • Continuing Professional Education (CPE)

Topics

  1. Accounting: Information for Decision Making,
  2. Basic Financial Statements,
  3. The Accounting Cycle: Capturing Economic Events,
  4. The Accounting Cycle: Accruals and Deferrals,
  5. The Accounting Cycle: Reporting Financial Results,
  6. Merchandising Activities,
  7. Financial Assets,
  8. Inventories and the Cost of Goods Sold,
  9. Plant and Intangible Assets,
  10. Liabilities,
  11. Stockholders' Equity: Paid-In Capital,
  12. Income and Changes in Retained Earnings,
  13. Statement of Cash Flows, and
  14. Financial Statement Analysis.

Fee

Member $399 (Login to receive your discount)
Nonmember $499 (Join now to save $100)

Order

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Please allow 5-7 business days for delivery. Your package will arrive via United States Postal Service 3 Day Priority Mail.

Satisfaction Guarantee

NACPB has a simple, straightforward satisfaction policy. If you are not satisfied with this course within 14-days of your order, return the course materials in resalable condition and the fee will be refunded.

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