Cash flow is the movement of cash into or out of an account, a business or an investment.
What can you do to make sure that cash keeps flowing into your business? This to-the-point course will give you a simple six-step plan to ensure the cash keeps flowing in.
This specific course busts through the complex jargon, and uses simple examples to explain the different ratios you need to know, and how they work.
This module will provide you with a six-step plan to help you make a budget without stress.
This course guides the student through a variety of analyses for capital budgeting investment.
This course introduces fixed and variable costs, in order to explain how the mix of costs impacts a company during both economic growth and decline.
Accounting can seem impenetrable and mysterious, but once you get your head around the basics, it not actually a big, scary, dark art – you just need to know how to understand it. This course can help.
The accounting equation is applicable for any kind of company, big or smal because it measures things like financial position using assets, liabilities and owner equity.
This bite-sized course looks at how the accounting equation forms the basis of a company balance sheet.
Income statements track a company’s financial performance over a specified period of time.
This course steps the student through the income statement and balance sheet—in addition to profitability ratios, liquidity ratios and solvency ratios.
This course walks through the statement of cash flows and explains the complex ways finances affect companies.
This course steps through a typical budgeting process with the intent of maximizing buy-in from employees.