• Post category:Udemy (Oct. 2021)
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A Part Time Online Financial Accounting Course for Beginners thought in an ‘easy to follow’ manner

What you will learn

Understand and Realize the Need for Accounting

Have a basic understanding on Accounting

Understand accounting assumptions and how to record transactions

Understand the accounting lingo so as to be confident in presenting numbers to investors

Record simple transactions like equity and loan injection into the company

Basic study on all the accounting statements

Description

Have you ever had an Accounting Professor which just rambled and rambled, making Accounting sound like a different language ? Or have you ever tried going on to YouTube to take Accounting classes but just got lost within the sea of information ?

Trust me, I know how that feels. I too went through the same frustration during my Undergraduate and Graduate Studies listening to Professor talk and talk while I was confused within the 1st 10 minutes of class. To make things worse, I would then go home to revise the concepts thought in class from the text book, only to find the explanations there even more confusing 🙂

Fortunately, I graduated and I have been been working within the financial industry for almost 20 years (with a Big 4 and an Investment firm) and today after having both practical knowledge and theoretical knowledge. I decided to teach this subject, only this time I would teach Accounting in a simple to understand manner but with real practical examples 🙂

Among the benefit of taking this course is that:

You would be able to understand Accounting finally 🙂 – The way I thought this course is for a very beginner to dip their toes into the world of Accounting. So I made sure that, the examples which I used are easy to follow so that you can easily grasp Accounting concepts.

You will see how the business world uses Accounting– Today after practicing as both an accountant and an analyst, I decided to teach this subject for the point of view as a practitioner. This way you will know what how the business world uses Accounting for its operations.

E-Learning makes studying more convenient – So long as you have a device and internet you can learn this subject anywhere and at any time.


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Accounting jobs are always in demand – Post crisis, we still see many companies looking to for accountants. And as many say, as long as there is a businesses, there sure be an accountant to count its profits.

To date there are as many as 40,000 students taking this course and below are some reviews for this courses given on this course:

“This course helped me in acquiring new knowledge in accounting and making it easy to understand from the tutor about the financial statements and how to prepare the financial statements, that is the income statements, balance sheet and cash flow statements. I am just looking forward to put this acquired knowledge into practice.”

“It was awesome to cover a huge topic in a short span of time…It was very useful to recollect my knowledge…And the way the topic was covered with simple examples was very useful to understand in a easy was…THANK YOU…”

“Super class and nice teaching of basic accounts and thanks for teaching”

So come join us on this learning adventure as we further explore the language of business.

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Content

Section 1 : Introduction
Introduction to this Course
Introduction of Myself
What is Accounting
Why bother taking Accounting
Why bother with Accounting
Who will be interested in our Accounts
Who will be interested in your books ?
But Accounting can be dull
Section 2 : The Different Types of Structures
The Different Structures a company may adpot
Structure 1: Sole Proprietor
Structure 2 : Partnership
Structure 3 : Corporations
Understanding What is an Asset
Introduction of an Asset
What is an Asset
Short Term vs Long Term Assets
Analyzing Asset : What We Analyst Look for in A Company
Bonus : Limitation of Accounting
Understanding What is a Liability
Liability : What is it ?
Liability : Short Term vs Long Term
Liability : Analysis
Understanding What is Shareholder Equity
Shareholder Equity : The Outline
Shareholder Equity : The Building Blocks
Shareholder Equity : Conclusion
The Types of Statements
Intro to the Financial Statements
Income Statement
The Balance Sheet
Bonus Section : Analysis of Income Statement
Accounting Fundementals
Introduction of Accounting Principals
Fundamental 1 : Entity Concept
Fundamental 2 : Going Concern
Fundamental 3 : Accrual
Fundamental 4 : Money Measurement
Fundamental 5 : Periodicity
Fundamental 6 : Matching
Fundamental 7 : Consistency
Fundamental 8 : Materiality
Fundamental 9 : Cost Concept
Fundamental 10 : Conservatism
Section 8 : Bonus Section : Tying Up Everything
Intro of Tying Up Everything
Company’s First Investors
Company’s First Loan
Company’s First Assets
Company’s Expenses
Company’s Revenues
The End
Older Materials
Assets : Introduction
Assets : Short Term vs Long Term
Assets : How to Analyze Assets
Assets : Limitations of Accounting (Bonus)
Liability : Introduction