In this course, you will explore advanced topics in financial accounting. You will start your journey with accounting for assets with more than one-year life. You will learn in detail how firms account for fixed assets. You will then move to financing of assets and discuss accounting for liabilities. The course will continue with an in-depth exploration of shareholders’ equity. Finally, you will critically evaluate preparation, components, and analysis of cash flows statement. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: • Account for fixed assets • Understand accounting for liabilities • Evaluate shareholders’ equity section of a balance sheet • Understand preparation and information provided by cash flows statement This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu.
Full disclosure: credit repair companies don’t do anything that you can’t do on your own. But they usually do it better than what you can do on your own. Legitimate credit repair companies have state-licensed attorneys and experience making disputes. They know how to make disputes to get results. So, working with a professional repair service often means more mistakes corrected and a bigger boost to your credit score.
Write a letter to the specific credit reporting agency that shows the falsehood, whether it is Experian, Equifax, or TransUnion. Explain the mistake and include a copy of the highlighted report along with your documentation. Although certain bureaus now let you submit disputes online, it’s not a bad idea to send this letter by certified mail, and keep a copy for yourself. The reporting agency has 30 days from the receipt of your letter to respond. The Federal Trade Commission provides advice on contacting the credit bureaus about discrepancies. Here are the contact numbers and web sites for the three credit bureaus:
There is one other path through the credit repair process that often gets billed as a “happy medium.” Credit repair software claims to reduce the hassle of free credit repair and avoid the higher cost of a “concierge” credit repair service. Credit repair software has a one-time cost that generally ranges from $30-$399. They generally give you a nice dashboard to track disputes and template letters to use so you can file them.
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I was impressed with the listed content of the training course, for $59.00 I wasn't really expecting "THAT" much, in terms of the "Hows" and "Whys" of the Credit Repair Industry; I expected to have a brief "here it is, go out and do it!" kind of experience. This training is not dumbed down, and is easy to understand and retain. The use of video along with the text that accompanies each lesson is what I really liked about the course. Each lesson is linked to the next one, and the final exam, in a way, follows that pattern. It is not an easy pass, there is effort involved with it. I would recommend both the training academy lesson material and the training guide "The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Credit Repair Business" which is a free PDF copy of the paperback book, as tools that I will continually refer to. The private members-only forum is also a great resource too. All this for $59.00. Not bad. I'm going to follow the instructions in the course, I'm going to pull my credit reports, my wife will pull hers, and we are going to see what they look like. I look forward to applying what I've learned in the course to our own credit history, and then to the clients that I hope to get once I get things going.