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The Financial Accounting course covers the basics of accounting, including concepts, conventions, and accounts classification. You will learn how to maintain journals and ledgers and use subsidiary books to manage accounts. The course also covers depreciation and the key differences between financial, cost, and management accounting.

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
6 hours, 25 minutes
Total Lectures:
12
Total Students:
56
Average Rating:
4.5

Overview

The Financial Accounting course provides a comprehensive overview of the accounting process, including basic concepts, conventions, and accounts classification. You will learn how to maintain a journal and ledger in financial accounting and use subsidiary books to manage accounts. Additionally, the course covers depreciation and the key differences between financial accounting and cost accounting, as well as financial accounting and management accounting.

By the end of this course, you will have a solid understanding of financial accounting and be able to apply various techniques to manage your business's financial transactions effectively. This course is perfect for business owners, accounting professionals, and anyone interested in gaining a fundamental understanding of financial accounting.

What Will You Learn?

  • The basics of accounting, including the accounting process and the role of financial accounting in business.
  • The key concepts and conventions of accounting, including the accounting equation, double-entry bookkeeping, and the principle of conservatism.
  • The different types of accounts and how they are classified in financial accounting.
  • The journal, ledger, and subsidiary books used in financial accounting to record transactions and maintain accounts.
  • Depreciation and the various methods used to calculate it in financial accounting.
  • The differences between financial accounting and cost accounting, including the purpose, focus, and methods used.
  • The differences between financial accounting and management accounting, including the types of information produced and the audience for each.

Who Should Take The Course

  • Business owners who want to manage their financial transactions more effectively and make informed financial decisions.
  • Accounting professionals, including bookkeepers, accountants, and auditors, who want to develop their skills in financial accounting.
  • Management professionals, including operations managers and business analysts, who need to understand the financial implications of their decisions.
  • Students and recent graduates who want to enhance their knowledge of financial accounting and improve their job prospects.
  • Anyone who wants to learn about the basics of financial accounting and how it is used in modern businesses.

Requirements

To take the Financial Accounting course, there are no specific requirements. However, it is recommended that you have a basic understanding of mathematics, including arithmetic operations, percentages, and basic algebraic equations. Additionally, familiarity with business operations and financial transactions would be helpful.

Course Curriculum

    • Introduction to Accounting 00:40:00
    • Accounting Process 00:33:00
    • Basic Concepts of Accounting 00:36:00
    • Accounting Conventions 00:32:00
    • Accounts’ Classification 00:32:00
    • Journal in Financial Accounting 00:36:00
    • Ledger in Financial Accounting 00:36:00
    • Subsidiary Books in Financial Accounting 00:38:00
    • Depreciation in Financial Accounting 00:32:00
    • Financial Accounting vs Cost Accounting 00:32:00
    • Financial Accounting vs Management Accounting 00:33:00
    • Order Your Premium Certificate 00:05:00

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