Accountant's Guide to Financial ManagementCode: 20-FM

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This course is designed for accountants who must have financial knowledge but has not had formal training in finance. Topics include: The Sarbanes-Oxley Act financial reporting requirements, uses and analysis of financial statements, financial forecasting and cash budgeting, risk and return, valuation of stocks and bonds, time value of money, investing and financing, leverage, optimal capital structure, portfolio selection, management of financial resources, and international finance. The goals of the course are fourfold:

1.    It provides an understanding and working knowledge of the fundamentals of financial decision making and strategy that can be put to practical application in day-to-day jobs of accountants and  managers.

2.    It also concentrates on providing a working vocabulary for communication.

3.    It uses examples and illustrations, with emphasis on the practical application of financial concepts, tools, and methodology.

4.    It also includes checklists, guidelines, rules of thumb, diagrams, graphs, and tables to aid your comprehension of the subjects discussed.


Presentation Method:  QAS Self-Study


Category:  Finance

CPE credit:  15 Hours 

Program Level:  Update

Prerequisites:  None

Advance Preparation:  None

Exam expiration date:  Participants must submit exams for grading within one year from the date of purchase


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Very Informative and Comprehensive
This course provides a vast quantity of concepts and practical exercises in familiarizing one's self to financial management . There are a lot of accounting -familiar topics, like ratios, and then these concepts are enhanced with real-business considerations, like when to hedge financing and sources available. Consider devoting a good long time as it is worth a second read due to the valuable information spread throughout the course.
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