This Basic Financial Management training course introduces students to the...(More) fundamentals of financial management. Students will become familiar with basic accounting concepts and terms, track business transactions, use universal accounting tools such as the general journal, general ledger, and trial balance. Course activities also cover the purpose of and how to use the four financial statements-the income statement, the balance sheet, the cash flow statement, and the statement of stockholders' equity. Finally, students learn how to create and enforce a budget by analyzing financial statements, setting objectives, and monitoring performance.
This Financial Management training class continues by teaching how to reconcile a bank statement, choose a reconciliation reviewer, control an organization's cash, and prepare a Cash Flow Statement. Course activities also cover the various tools available for analyzing financial statements. Students will also learn how to calculate inventory value and depreciation, and why organizations use accounting methods when reporting financial information on financial statements.
This Business Finance training course introduces students to the fundamentals...(More) of business finance. Students learn how to identify, calculate, and assess individual investments and investment portfolios, identify types of investment risks, calculate risk, and analyze the results. Students also learn how to calculate the future and present values of individual cash flows, ordinary annuities, annuities due, perpetuities, and investments with uneven cash flows. Course activities also cover calculating interest rates and maturity dates, establishing an amortization table, and calculating payments on amortized loans. Students also learn about the bond and stock markets, identifying characteristics of various types of stocks and bonds and their risks, and how to evaluate and invest in stocks and bonds.