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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Increasing Cash Flow in Times of Need $74.95
Attracting New Investors - Keeping Presentations Focused $74.95
What's Your Gross Profit Margin Really Saying? $74.95
Recognizing The Value of Intangible Assets $74.95
Analyzing Financial Statements for Non-financial Professionals $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


Increasing Cash Flow in Times of Need

The life blood of any successful business is the steady and predictable flow of incoming cash. But what steps can be taken when a business experiences acute revenue shortfalls? This Business Impact explores some common options available to business owners when facing a critical need to increase cash flow.

Attracting New Investors - Keeping Presentations Focused

Given the fierce competition for investor capital, it's imperative that companies position themselves as the most profitable and desirable venture available. This Business Impact explores the specific documents and ratios that potential shareholders seek in making investment decisions.

What's Your Gross Profit Margin Really Saying?

A company's gross profit margin provides useful information about its financial health. This impact explores the significance of GPMs.

Recognizing The Value of Intangible Assets

We operate in an information economy, but current accounting methods are still grounded in the transaction-based economic system of past decades. This Business Impact explores the value of intangible assets in determining a company's worth.
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Analyzing Financial Statements for Non-financial Professionals

Financial statements of an organization often conceal more than they reveal. Being able to analyze them and extract meaningful information is an essential skill that financial as well as non-financial professionals should have. Ratio analysis can be used to determine relationships between two elements of the same financial statement or between one element of one financial statement and another element of a different financial statement. This type of analysis can also be used to compare your company’s performance to a number or key indicators, including your competitors, industry averages and benchmarks. This course presents and discusses many methods for analyzing financial statements from a non-financial professional's perspective. It determines and interprets the key profitability, efficiency, liquidity, and solvency ratios using scenarios. It also explains horizontal and vertical analysis of the financial statements using real life examples.
  • determine the value of a company's key profitability and efficiency ratios in a scenario
  • calculate liquidity and solvency ratios
  • classify examples as reflecting the use of horizontal or vertical analysis
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Finance and Accounting Essentials for Non-financial Professionals Part 2 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252461
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • Price:
    $199