Accounting Bookkeeping Financial Analysis Accounting

Accounting & Bookkeeping Basics. Accounting & Financial Analysis Concepts. Learn Accounting & Bookkeeping.
Accounting Bookkeeping Financial Analysis Accounting
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3h 20m



Calvin Lee, CPA, CA, MBA


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Accounting Bookkeeping Financial Analysis Accounting

What you’ll learn

FREE EBOOK “Bookkeeping & Accounting Basics” (PDF)
Basic accounting & bookkeeping concepts
How to analyze financial statements
Understand the Balance Sheet, Income Statement (Profit & Loss Statement), and Cash Flow Statement

Accounting Bookkeeping Financial Analysis Accounting


No prior knowledge needed. All you need is a desire to learn!


LEARN ACCOUNTING STEP BY STEPAccounting is the language of business. In this course I will show you how to do accounting and bookkeeping, and apply those concepts to financial statement analysis. Each lesson is around 3-5 minutes and you can learn at your own pace. If you find traditional bookkeeping textbooks and classes boring and confusing, then this course is perfect for you because I explain everything in plain simple language that’s easy to understand and fun to learn. WHAT STUDENTS SAY ABOUT THIS COURSE:- “It’s good. This is my second course under Mr. Calvin. I find it very simple but really understandable.” – Kimberly B.- “I like that Sir Calvin shares his actual experience. It gives us viewers a glimpse of how Accounting flows in a business.” – Cherry A.- “I think this is one of the best course I have seen. Especially, the teaching style is good and understandable.” – Durga G.- “I like the way of teaching… like the lectures are simple enough for a student who has never done Financial studies ever. The way financial statements are taught in this lesson is perfect.” – Devraj C.”The course is simple and easy to understand and gave me useful insights about financial statements.” – Deepanshu K.- “I like the speaker’s teaching style. He discusses the topic in a simple manner which everyone can relate. I love how he uses the slides which is readable and simple. Overall, I love this course so much.” – John U.- “The teaching style is excellent and the videos are very effective for me and the quizzes are helping me to check whether I am attending the lecture sincerely. The course is perfect.” – Karan M.- The course is easy to understand. The instructor is very good at explaining. I also like that you have references or resources for us to have a copy. Thank you for creating this! The teaching style is very detailed and step by step. There are quizzes and assignments like this and makes us students learn more.” – Crizel F.THIS COURSE WILL COVER:Fundamental accounting & bookkeeping conceptsHow to read a Balance Sheet, Income Statement (Profit & Loss Statement), and Cash Flow StatementFinancial statement analysis to help you decide whether a company is doing well financiallyAnd much more!WHY THIS COURSE?Taught by a CPA, CA, MBA – Calvin K. LeeCalvin has 15 years of experience in accounting and bookkeeping, and provided consulting services for Fortune 500 companiesCalvin has worked in a Big 4 accounting firm (Ernst & Young LLP)Calvin is a top-rated instructor at Schulich School of Business at York UniversityOver 77,000+ students from 178 countries enrolled in his coursesLifetime access to this course, and you receive new lessons and updates for FREESubtitles (captions) available in EnglishCertificate of Completion available30-day money-back guaranteeREGISTER FOR THIS COURSE NOW!


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 [EBOOK] Bookkeeping & Accounting Basics (PDF)

Lecture 3 How to make the most of this course (subtitles, speed up videos)

Section 2: The Importance of Accounting as the Language of Business

Lecture 4 Accounting is the language of business

Lecture 5 Balance sheet – things to watch for

Lecture 6 Parts of the balance sheet

Lecture 7 Lots of cash may not be a good thing

Section 3: Analyzing Current Assets and Current Ratio

Lecture 8 Sales and accounts receivable

Lecture 9 Inventory – beware of obsolescence

Lecture 10 Current assets – convert to cash

Lecture 11 Current ratio – can a company survive 1 year

Lecture 12 Current ratio – examples

Lecture 13 Current ratio – practice exercises

Section 4: Long-Term Assets and Intangible Assets

Lecture 14 Long-term assets to generate income

Lecture 15 Property, plant, and equipment and depreciation

Lecture 16 Amortization and estimating useful life of an asset

Lecture 17 Intangible assets (customer lists, trademarks, patents)

Section 5: Ratio Analysis: Evaluating a Company’s Performance

Lecture 18 Return on assets – did the company make money

Lecture 19 Asset turnover ratio (how much money did the company make)

Lecture 20 Debt-to-equity ratio – mess this up at your own risk

Lecture 21 Return on equity – getting your investment money’s worth

Section 6: A Company’s Liabilities and Obligations to Pay

Lecture 22 Current liabilities – pay or face consequences

Lecture 23 Accounts payable – delaying payment is good

Lecture 24 Income taxes payable – avoid going to jail

Lecture 25 Customer deposits – not your money yet!

Lecture 26 Debts – bad or good?

Lecture 27 Short-term loans – necessary at crucial times

Lecture 28 Long-term liabilities – funding the business

Section 7: Shareholder’s Equity Section of the Balance Sheet

Lecture 29 Shareholder’s equity – who owns the company

Section 8: Income Statement

Lecture 30 Income Statement (Profit & Loss Statement)

Lecture 31 Revenue – the first thing most people look at

Lecture 32 Cost of sales – keep this low for higher profits

Lecture 33 Gross margin – did we make a profit

Section 9: Cash Flow Statement

Lecture 34 Cash flows – cash is king

Lecture 35 Cash Flow Statement with examples

Section 10: Useful Accounting Concepts

Lecture 36 Accounting equations (i.e. Assets = Liabilities + Equity)

Lecture 37 Accounting accruals (unearned revenue, prepaid expense, accrued expenses)

Section 11: Additional resources

Lecture 38 Bonus lecture: additional resources to continue learning

Accountants and bookkeepers,Accounting and bookkeeping students,Investors who want to evaluate companies and financial statements for investment purposes

Course Information:

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Created by: Calvin Lee, CPA, CA, MBA

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