All About Financial Management in Business is intended for new business managers and leaders looking to learn about the fundamentals of financial management. Topics include planning and cash management, financial statements, cost cutting and financial analysis. Lessons include links to various resources, and users gain access to a list of recommended books related to financial management. While the resource does not offer assignments or tests, it does serve as a source of information for those looking to learn more about financial management.
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At National Credit Federation, we want to help everyone understand their credit, so we developed our Credit University. As experts in the credit industry, we have used our extensive industry knowledge to create a series of courses. You can review courses on an array of topics from basic credit scores to debt collection laws and become a credit pro.
Corporate Finance for Health Care Administrators helps prospective health care administrators learn more about accounting and finance related to the management of medical and health facilities. It covers topics in budgets, capital management, risk analysis and finance math, and includes handouts, lectures and worksheets for online users to download if they wish. This course is the final one in a 3-course series that also covers financial accounting, and managerial accounting.
An example of when verification can work in your favor. Let’s say you’ve had a debt that’s gone through multiple collectors. It’s been bought and sold several times. In many cases, collectors don’t have complete information about the original debt, which is required to verify that the debt is really yours for the amount they say. If you ask a bureau to verify it and the collector can’t provide all the information required, then it must be removed. This can sometimes get a collection account removed, even if it’s legitimately a debt that you originally owed. Basically, you get off on a technicality because the collector doesn’t have complete records.
Outdated Warnings: There are some consumer groups stating facts about credit repair companies that are simply OUTDATED by over 10 years!!! The complaint level of credit repair companies have dropped drastically and under 1%. There ARE legitimate credit repairs firms and you see them advertising on TV and on social media. These consumer groups make claims about these companies not having merchant accounts but only using PayPal. Here is the problem, this information is so outdated because credit repair companies use special merchants account just for the industry and not Paypal at all. Maybe paypal was an alternative for them in the past but not anymore. This tells you that it is an outdated warning. Why the warnings? Many are backed and financed by financial institutions and it is advantageous for them to make those claims. Credit services are very much needed and you should take advantage of the opportunity to get involved and ignore negative noise.
The second half of the course focuses on financial accounting, a set of tools used by managers and outside observers for reporting on and analyzing an organization’s financial health. Topics in this portion of the course include the preparation and analysis of financial statements (balance sheet, activity statement, and cash flow statement), ethics in financial management, and government accounting and financial condition analysis.
Finance Theory II introduces students to the financial tools involved in making sound business decisions. The course examines corporate finance theory and how it can be applied to actual business decisions. The lecture notes include topics in capital structure, company value and free cash flow valuation. Practice exams and assignments with answers are also available to download.
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Entrepreneurial Finance is a graduate-level class that examines emerging business ventures and the initial stages of company growth. Online learners are treated to an intensive analysis of the foundation of the private equity industry. The course materials include a list of readings, copies of select lecture notes and the assignment list (though no answers are provided).
The first half of the course focuses on managerial accounting, a set of tools used by managers for planning, implementation, and control. Topics in this portion of the course include operating budgets, cash budgets, break-even analysis, indirect cost allocation, variance analysis, the time value of money, capital budgeting, and long-term financing.
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Understand the implications of cost and revenue, with regards to pricing and product decisions. Learn the principles of decision-making and understand the conflict issues that can arise during decision-making processes, and how to deal with them effectively. Learn how to analyse short-term pricing and product decisions, and how uncertainty and risk can impact decision models using CVP analysis. Get to grips with pricing strategies, and understand the financial consequences that are involved, including profit maximisation, market skimming and product bundles. Learn how to evaluate techniques for analysing and managing costs to ensure competitive advantage. Compare and contrast functional cost analysis and value analysis. Learn how to prepare cost of quality reports, and understand and apply the key elements of Pareto analysis. Understand the principles that contribute to the use of budgets in control, including the concept of responsibility accounting and the various controllable and uncontrollable costs that can be encountered. Learn how to evaluate performance-using budgets, using ratio analysis, ‘what if’ scenarios and using both fixed and flexible budget reports. Apply your knowledge of budgets in control to more diverse managerial issues. Learn more about the structure of an organisation, and the implications that it has on responsibility accounting. Apply decision-making knowledge that you have acquired to scenarios suitable for cost centre managers and investment centre managers. Gain insight into the consequences that can occur following... [-]
Advanced Public Sector Financial Reporting and Analysis KEY INFORMATION Course Code: PS105B3 Duration: 3 days Fee: £1635 COURSE OUTLINE Financial Reporting and Analysis: The Statement of Net Assets What information is in the statement of net assets? The accounting process Principles that govern accounting practices Financial Reporting and Analysis: The Statement of Activities What information is in the statement of activities? Accounting bases Financial Reporting and Analysis: Fund-Level Statements Governmental funds Proprietary funds Fiduciary funds Target audience Financial and budget personnel in governments. Anyone who is interested in governmental finance. Learning outcomes