Excel With Business

      Accounting & Bookkeeping Intermediate

      Excel With Business

      Prefer to call the centre directly?
      02033... More
      Want to speak to an Advisor about this course?

      Important information

      Typology Course
      Level Advanced
      Methodology Online
      Class hours 8h
      Duration Flexible
      Start Different dates available
      Online campus Yes
      Delivery of study materials Yes
      Support service Yes
      Virtual classes Yes
      • Course
      • Advanced
      • Online
      • 8h
      • Duration:
      • Start:
        Different dates available
      • Online campus
      • Delivery of study materials
      • Support service
      • Virtual classes

      All people in business know that accounting sits importantly at the heart of the business world. But fewer people fully understand that accounting represents so much more than the necessary evil of recording profit and loss.

      Accounting presents business owners and staff with an enormously powerful set of information and tools with which to make critical decisions that protect, improve, expand and even revolutionise the business.

      Facilities (1)
      Where and when
      Starts Location
      Different dates available
      Starts Different dates available

      To take into account

      · What are the objectives of this course?

      How to set up and use an accounting system How to set up a chart of accounts and how to use this to track your assets, liabilities, revenue and expenses How to manage inventory, monitoring sales, prove out cash, contain expenses, and pay employees How to balance books, make adjustments or correct errors How to prepare your financial statements How to test your profitability and liquidity How to set up systems to protect your cash and business against fraud The taxes you will need to pay (employee taxes, sales taxes and corporate taxes) How to finalise your accounts, preparing year-end federal and state reports

      · Qualification

      CPD UK

      Questions & Answers

      Ask a question and other users will answer you

      What you'll learn on the course

      Management Accounting
      Language of Costs
      Decision Making
      Variable Costing
      Capital Budgeting

      Course programme


      Section 1: Introduction to Management Accounting and Costing
      • Unit 1.1 - Goals of Management Accounting
      • Unit 1.2 - Decisions and How to Implement Them
      • Unit 1.3 - Language of Costs
      Section 2: Costing Methods and Decision Making
      • Unit 2.1 - Job-Order and Process Costing
      • Unit 2.2 - Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
      • Unit 2.3 - Variable Costing
      • Unit 2.4 - Cost Allocation and Activity-Based Costing
      • Unit 2.5 - Using Cost Information to Make Decisions
      Section 3: Risks, Pricing and Capital Budgeting
      • Unit 3.1 - Uncertainty and Risk
      • Unit 3.2 - Pricing Decisions
      • Unit 3.3 - Capital-Budgeting Decisions
      Section 4: Financial Statement Analysis
      • Unit 4.1 - Analysing Financial Statements from a Management Perspective
      • Unit 4.2 - Horizontal and Vertical Analysis
      • Unit 4.3 - Ratio Analysis
      • Unit 4.4 - Cash Flow Management