Financial Accounting: The Complete Introductory Crash Course

Learn the Basics of Financial Accounting: Financial Statements, Debits and Credits, The Accounting Cycle and More!

Financial Accounting: The Complete Introductory Crash Course
Financial Accounting: The Complete Introductory Crash Course
What you'll learn
  • Understand the Accounting Equation and the Debit/Credit System.
  • Identify All Stages of The Accounting Cycle.
  • Measure, Value and Re-value Assets, Liabilities and Equity.
  • Apply Financial Accounting Principles to Business Settings.
  • Prepare a Cash Flow Statement.
  • Develop a Basic Understanding of GAAP and IFRS Accounting Policies.

 

 

Requirements
  • English
  • Arithmetic
  • Basic Algebra
 
Description

Welcome to the Financial Accounting Crash Course.

This course will provide you with 69 video lessons that span over 10 hours of content (including quizzes to help test your knowledge). Follow along as I explain the basics about assets, liabilities and equity, along with fundamental concepts like the accounting equation, debits and credits, the accounting cycle, financial statements and more!

Financial accounting is the language of business. In business, we use financial accounting to report everything we do. Whether it’s paying our employees, issuing a dividend to shareholders or purchasing a capital asset, we report it. Bookkeeping ensures that we have a history of every economic activity. Summarizing all of these transactions into financial statements provides us with a general snapshot of our performance and position in the marketplace. Having this financial information at our fingertips is key to future planning and decision making.

The first part of the crash course will cover:

  • Basics of Financial Accounting

  • Assets, Liabilities and Equity

  • Debits and Credits and The Double Entry Accounting System

  • The Accounting Cycle, including: Journal Entries, T-accounts, General Ledger, Trial Balance Statements, Adjusting Entries, Adjusted Trial Balance Statements, and Closing Entries

The second part of the crash course will cover:

  • Merchandise Inventory: Perpetual and Periodic Systems

  • Inventory Costing Systems: FIFO, Weighted-average, LIFO

  • Receivables and Bad Debts

  • Revenue Recognition

  • Depreciation and Amortization

  • Intangible Assets

  • The Cash Flow Statement: Indirect Method
     

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Who this course is for:
  • College Students
  • University Students
  • High School Students
  • Potential CPA Test Takers
  • Bookkeepers
  • Small Business Owners
  • Accountants
  • Managers

 

 

 

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