World’s biggest financial crises
The world’s financial crises often have far-reaching effects, both geographically and for years after the…
Have you ever heard of income statements, double-entry bookkeeping, balance sheets, or liabilities and thought it all sounds pretty complex? This course breaks down the barriers to understanding accounting, talking in plain language, and explaining the fundamentals that anyone should understand. Over ten days, you’ll be introduced to the basic accounting principles, and we’ll define types of accounts, go through examples of the statement of financial position, balance sheet, and cash flow statement, and learn how the concepts of double-entry work. By the end of this course, you’ll have the basics of accounting under your belt and will be able to talk about it with more confidence.
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Teacher: Martin Ryan
“Thanks for the course. Although throughout the course, examples were provided and concepts were explained well, a recap of how things interact with a visual example would greatly help to consolidate learnings.”
Lesson 1. Intro and Fundamentals
Lesson 2. The Profit and Loss Statement
Lesson 3. The Balance Sheet: Part 1
Lesson 4. The Balance Sheet: Part 2
Lesson 5. Debits and Credits: Part 1
Lesson 6. Debits and Credits: Part 2
Lesson 7. Cash Flow Statement
Lesson 8. Depreciation
Lesson 9. Business Structures
Lesson 10. Types of Accounting
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