Advanced Financial Accounting

Short course

In Hammersmith

£ 4,645 + VAT

Description

  • Type

    Short course

  • Location

    Hammersmith

  • Duration

    9 Days

Would you like to give an impulse to your professional life? If so, you should check this Advanced Financial Accounting course, organized by London Business Training & Consulting, that Emagister.co.uk has added to its catalogue.

This training is suitable for those who wish to understand the implications of decisions made across a range of financial accounting issues; those who wish to develop the ability to analyse, interpret, and question the accounting information they may encounter in a business context; those who wish to acquire a sound appreciation of accounting and finance in order to communicate and succeed in the business world; non-accounting staff who desire a practical introduction to the fundamentals of financial accounting.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the purpose of accounting; why non-accountants need to understand accounting; the basic terminology of business transactions; how to prepare a cash budget; the difference between cash and the profits of a business; among other things.

So, if you want more information about this programme contact London Business Training & Consulting through Emagister.co.uk without hesitation. You won’t regret it!

Facilities

Location

Start date

Hammersmith (London)
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W6 0NB

Start date

On request

About this course

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: The purpose of accounting. Why non-accountants need to understand accounting. The basic terminology of business transactions. How to prepare a cash budget. The gross profit margin of a product and business. The difference between cash and the profits of a business. That a set of financial statements can be prepared from data included a trial balance. The difference between revenue and capital expenditure and the significance of the distinction. How to prepare a simple statement of profit or loss. The purpose of a statement of financial position. The assets and liabilities in a business. What an accrual and a prepayment are and how to account for them.

This financial literacy course is suitable for: those who wish to understand the implications of decisions made across a range of financial accounting issues; those who wish to develop the ability to analyse, interpret, and question the accounting information they may encounter in a business context; those who wish to acquire a sound appreciation of accounting and finance in order to communicate and succeed in the business world; non-accounting staff who desire a practical introduction to the fundamentals of financial accounting.

Certificate.

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2018

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Subjects

  • Financial Accounting
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Capital Management
  • Accounting
  • Consulting
  • Finance
  • Financial
  • Cash Management
  • Financial Training
  • Accounting procedures
  • Trial balance
  • Profit Calculation

Course programme

The Cash Budget
  • Why should managers understand accounting?
  • Accounting concepts
  • Timings of receipts and payments
  • Calculation of the gross profit and gross profit margin
Introduction to the Statement of Profit and Loss
  • Measuring profit
  • Double-entry bookkeeping
  • Types of account
  • Trial balance
  • Capital versus revenue expenditure/income
  • Calculating the cost of sales
Balancing the Basics
  • Assets and liabilities
  • The statement of financial position
  • Accruals and prepayments
Accounting for Depreciation and Bad Debts
  • The straight-line method
  • The reducing-balance method
  • Disposals of non-current assets
  • Bad and doubtful debts
  • Uses and limitations of the statement of financial position
Company Finance
  • The nature of limited companies
  • Share capital
  • The stock exchange
  • Venture capital
  • Loan capital and debentures
  • Retained profits
  • Reporting requirements
Company Accounts
  • The statement of profit or loss
  • The statement of changes in equity
  • The statement of financial position
  • Intangible assets
  • Revaluing assets
  • The statement of comprehensive income
  • Corporate governance
The Statement of Cash Flows
  • Sources of cash flow
  • Non-current assets and the statement of cash flows
  • Movements in working capital
  • Tax, interest, and dividends
  • What to look for in a statement of cash flows
  • Managing cash
Interpreting Financial Statements
  • Ratio analysis
  • The pyramid of ratios
  • Probability ratios
  • Liquidity ratios
  • Control of working capital
  • The working capital cycle
Capital Structure and Investment Ratios
  • Capital structure
  • Investment ratios
  • Limitations of ratio analysis

Advanced Financial Accounting

£ 4,645 + VAT