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Introduction to Financial Accounting

Fall 2017

This course—ideal for small-business owners, managers and entrepreneurs—provides an introduction to the key concepts of financial accounting and covers day-to-day business accounting functions. Through theory, hands-on practice and examples, you learn fundamental tools and analysis (including what questions to ask your bookkeeper), as well as how to identify key trends and indicators of financial health. Develop balance sheets, income and cash flow statements and analyze these statements to set benchmarks for revenue and sales growth. Other topics include accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory valuation, and more.

Schedule

6 Wed, 18:30 – 21:00

Start Date

October 25, 2017

End Date

November 29, 2017

Instructor

L. Oikawa

Course Reference Number (CRN)

93018

$389

Product Description

This course—ideal for small-business owners, managers and entrepreneurs—provides an introduction to the key concepts of financial accounting and covers day-to-day business accounting functions. Through theory, hands-on practice and examples, you learn fundamental tools and analysis (including what questions to ask your bookkeeper), as well as how to identify key trends and indicators of financial health. Develop balance sheets, income and cash flow statements and analyze these statements to set benchmarks for revenue and sales growth. Other topics include accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory valuation, and more.

Additional Information

Schedule

6 Wed, 18:30 – 21:00

Start Date

October 25, 2017

End Date

November 29, 2017

Instructor

L. Oikawa

Course Reference Number (CRN)

93018