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    159 courses found for accounting
    • Accounting 101: The Accounting Cycle
      Self-paced - Beginner
      Learn the accounting cycle - proper classification, recording, and interpreting financial information. Accounting 101. JOIN THE 100'S OF STUDENTS AND COMPANIES...
      € 11.00
      Per month
    • Accounting For Cryptocurrency - Accounting, Taxes and More!
      Self-paced - Beginner
      Learn the proper accounting for cryptocurrencies under accounting rules and regulations. Purchases, gains, sales and tax ** New Course for 2018! ** Lets face i...
      € 11.00
      Per month
    • Accounting for Creatives
      Self-paced - Beginner
      Join writer, illustrator, and former CPA, Michelle Cornish, to learn important tips and tricks for keeping track of your income and expenses from your creative...
      € 11.00
      Per month
    • Partnership Accounting
      Self-paced - Beginner
      Partnership accounting will cover accounting topics related to a partnership form of business entity. This partnership course will focus on the accounting issue...
      € 11.00
      Per month
    • Financial Accounting
      Virtual classroom - Advanced
      Financial accounting is called the “language of business,” and for good reasons. An examination of a firm’s financial statements - which reflect the company’s performance - reveals a wealth of information about its history, current financial health, and future potential. This is why business leaders use accounting to communicate their organization’s financial information to potential investors, shareholders, lenders, and regulators. Financial accounting allows an organization’s leaders to make sound business decisions and helps investors better understand company value. In this course, you will learn how to interpret and communicate financial statements so that you can speak confidently on indicators such as assets, liabilities, shareholders’ equity, and goodwill. This course will teach you how to interpret the three financial statements core to any business--the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows--and analyze how they reflect business decisions. By the end of this course, you will know how to use financial accounting as a strategic tool to understand and grow your business--and understand and outmaneuver your competitors.
      $ 214.00
      One-time payment
    • Introduction to Accounting
      Self-paced - Intermediate
      The performance of a business and its management team is largely based on information provided in the financial statements. It is essential that managers understand the effects of their decisions on the economic health of the business and are comfortable discussing financial statements with stakeholders. This course will teach you to interpret financial statements effectively and use them to make better business decisions. In this course, you will be looking at financial statements from the following companies: Sandstorm Gold Lululemon Coca Cola Toyota Adidas Telus Starbucks Urthecast Nestle
      $ 150.00
      One-time payment
    • Accounting 101: Learn Cost Accounting From a CFO
      Self-paced - Beginner
      Learn Managerial Accounting (Cost Accounting) from an Accounting MBA with 20+ Years Experience! JOIN THE 1, 000'S OF STUDENTS AND COMPANIES I HAVE TAUGHT ACCOUN...
      € 11.00
      Per month
    • Accounting 101: Accounts Receivable Reserves and Bad Debt
      Self-paced - Beginner
      Learn accounts receivable reserves and bad debt from A to Z and become an expert! JOIN THE 1, 000'S OF STUDENTS AND COMPANIES I HAVE TAUGHT ACCOUNTING AND LEARN...
      € 11.00
      Per month
    • Accounting Analysis I: The Role of Accounting as an Information System
      Self-paced with instructor - Intermediate
      Accounting Analysis I: The Role of Accounting as an Information System from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This course is the first course in a five-course Financial Reporting Specialization that covers the collection, processing, ...
      Free
       
      ★★★★★ (4.8)
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    • Accounting for Corporations
      Self-paced - Beginner
      Accounting for corporations will cover components of corporate accounting that are unique to corporations, elements of corporate accounting that differ from fi...
      € 11.00
      Per month
    • Accounting and Finance
      Self-paced - Intermediate
      This business course helps you to read and understand financial statements to evaluate how business performance is affected by four fundamental drivers of profitability viz., asset management, cost management, leverage management and tax management. It will also help you to identify areas for improvement. The second part of this finance course deals with managing costs. You will learn how to prepare cost sheets, budget and make cost-based decisions. The third part of the course provides an overview of financial markets to raise capital of different types. You will develop the ability to prepare and evaluate finances for your business plan and manage working capital. The overall objective of the course is to build financial acumen to make you a successful entrepreneur or manager.
      $ 150.00
      One-time payment
    • Financial Accounting
      Virtual classroom - Advanced
      Financial accounting is called the “language of business,” and for good reasons. An examination of a firm’s financial statements - which reflect the company’s performance - reveals a wealth of information about its history, current financial health, and future potential. This is why business leaders use accounting to communicate their organization’s financial information to potential investors, shareholders, lenders, and regulators. Financial accounting allows an organization’s leaders to make sound business decisions and helps investors better understand company value. In this course, you will learn how to interpret and communicate financial statements so that you can speak confidently on indicators such as assets, liabilities, shareholders’ equity, and goodwill. This course will teach you how to interpret the three financial statements core to any business--the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows--and analyze how they reflect business decisions. By the end of this course, you will know how to use financial accounting as a strategic tool to understand and grow your business--and understand and outmaneuver your competitors.
      $ 214.00
      One-time payment