A valuable training that provides participants with an understanding of the terms, concepts and general topics involved in finance and accounting. Obtain the skills necessary to understand and translate financial data quickly and easily.
The course begins by describing the accounting process and the creation of financial statements. It examines specific accounting practices and demonstrates how these choices may affect an organization's bottom line. Once participants gain the ability to read financial statements in depth, they will be better able to identify financial trends and analyze companies from a broad perspective.
The course will also cover the techniques used to value a business (or practice), including the discounted cash flow approach. This program will communicate how financial data is generated and reported, as well as how it is used for decision making, analysis, and company valuation.
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