Accounting From Beginner to Advanced

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Accounting From Beginner to Advanced
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7h 3m

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Stefan Ignatovski, Ph.D.

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Last updated 4/2022

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4.5/5

Accounting From Beginner to Advanced

What you’ll learn

Learn and identify specific items on the Financial Statements (Income Statement, Statement of Retained Earnings, Balance Sheet)
Learn how to prepare financial statements
Learn how to analyze business transactions
Learn about Debits and Credits
Must-Know Accounting Regulations
Learn about the Accounting Cycle
Learn how to prepare the Trial Balance (and Adjusted Trial Balance)
Learn about accounting for Accounts Receivable
Learn about accounts that cannot be collected
Learn how to prepare a Bank Reconciliation (Must Know Item!)
Learn how to track inventories (FIFO, LIFO, Average Cost)
Learn the process of depreciation, amortization and disposal of assets
Learn about short-term and long-term investments
Learn everything about bonds
Learn how to analyze Financial Statements with the use of Ratios

Accounting From Beginner to Advanced

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Learn everything about Accounting in few hours.

What are my students saying:
“It’s a great course so far! I’m really understanding the fundamentals of Accounting – which was difficult before. I like how short the videos and examples are, you get the gist of what he’s teaching quickly and he explains the jargon along the way. The exercises have been the most helpful as they reinforce what was just taught.”
“The course has done a better job, in an hour, of explaining the much needed basic accounting concepts than my college professor was able to do in half a semester.”
“He explains every topic very well and to the detail. He also uses various ways of presentation which makes the course attractive and engaging. The best course to learn accounting fast.”
“I am having fun with the colorful graphics. It is not boring to watch and the voice of the instructor is clear.”
“I am taking a class in accounting as one of major subjects and I think this course is way better than my current class. It is easier to understand.”
“First, I cannot believe that I started to love accounting. For every topic there is a cartoon which explains everything. Then problem solving videos applying the concepts previously learned. Humor is all over the place and the entire course is quite dynamic. I was actually (for the first time) eager to learn accounting.”
Some of the most favorite topics:
Debits and CreditsJournal EntriesAdjusting EntriesDeferralsAccrualsAccounting CycleFIFO LIFOBank ReconciliationInternal ControlsPetty CashBad DebtsDepreciationBondsStocksDividendsStatement of Cash Flows
More about the course:
Get into accounting by learning these skills. Once you are done with this course, you will be able to update your resume and begin applying for accounting jobs. This course is better than an accounting coach.
I believe that you should not fall asleep when learning something new. You need to be encouraged and excited instead. In order to be excited about learning, you need to understand easily. I have implemented a new way of teaching. Animated videos which are easy to understand. Problem solving videos that teach you how to apply what you have learned. Learning has never been so exciting.
Feel the “Aha” Moment.See why some of my videos are the most popular on YouTube.Many university Professors are using my videos for their students.You will get access to cartoon-like videos, all less than 5 minutes.I received many offers to sell my videos, but that will simply not happen.

This course will teach you the basics and fundamentals in Accounting in a FUN way! I Guarantee, you will not fall asleep. If you do, get your money back. No questions asked.
Included are additional problems and exercises and the appropriate explanations as well.
Compare this entire course with an entire semester. You will be able to grasp all the concepts in financial accounting in just few hours. Enroll!

Overview

Section 1: Introduction to the Course

Lecture 1 Introduction to the course

Section 2: Accounting Principles and Fundamentals

Lecture 2 Download the Free E-Book

Lecture 3 Section 2 Introduction

Lecture 4 Accounting and Business

Lecture 5 The Language of Business

Lecture 6 Accounting Principles And Assumptions

Lecture 7 The Accounting Equation

Lecture 8 Problem Solving with Stefan

Lecture 9 Your Review Matters!

Lecture 10 Specific Transactions and Effects on the Accounting Equation

Lecture 11 Financial Statements and Relationships

Lecture 12 Effects on the Accounting Equation Part 1

Lecture 13 Effects on the Accounting Equation Part 2

Lecture 14 Exercises

Lecture 15 Solutions to Exercises

Section 3: Accounting During the Year

Lecture 16 Section 3 Introduction

Lecture 17 Debits and Credits Lecture

Lecture 18 Debits and Credits – Visually Explained

Lecture 19 Journalizing and Posting – Exercise

Lecture 20 Accounts Balances

Lecture 21 Problem Solving with Stefan: Part 1

Lecture 22 Problem Solving with Stefan: Part 2

Lecture 23 Problem Solving with Stefan: Part 3

Lecture 24 Exercises

Lecture 25 Solutions to Exercises

Section 4: Accounting at Year-End

Lecture 26 Section 4 Introduction

Lecture 27 Adjusting Entries: Accounting at Year-End

Lecture 28 Deferrals

Lecture 29 Accrued Expenses – Adjusting, Reversing, and Paying

Lecture 30 Accrued Revenues – Adjusting, Reversing, Payment

Lecture 31 Problem Solving with Stefan: Part 1

Lecture 32 Problem Solving with Stefan: Part 2

Lecture 33 Accounting Cycle and Closing Entries

Lecture 34 Problem Solving with Stefan: Part 3

Lecture 35 Problem Solving with Stefan: Part 4

Lecture 36 Classified Balance Sheet

Lecture 37 Exercises

Lecture 38 Solutions to Exercises

Section 5: Keeping Cash and Bank Reconciliation – A Must Know!

Lecture 39 Section 5 Introduction

Lecture 40 Internal Control and Bank Reconciliation – A must!

Lecture 41 Bank Reconciliation – Explanation and Example

Lecture 42 Internal Control and Cash Management Concepts – Visual Presentation

Lecture 43 Petty Cash Fund

Lecture 44 Exercises

Lecture 45 Solutions to Exercises

Section 6: Accounts Receivable – Collections – Not Everyone Pays

Lecture 46 Section 6 Introduction

Lecture 47 Accounts Receivable – Collections – Not everyone pays

Lecture 48 Direct Write-Off Method (Bad Debts)

Lecture 49 Allowance Method – Percentage of Sales (Bad Debts)

Lecture 50 Allowance Method – Aging Receivables (Bad Debts)

Lecture 51 Exercises

Lecture 52 Solutions to Exercises

Section 7: Accounting for Merchandising Businesses

Lecture 53 Section 7 Introduction

Lecture 54 Accounting for Merchandising Businesses (Retailers)

Lecture 55 Accounting for Merchandising Businesses

Lecture 56 Merchandising Operations – Comprehensive Problem

Section 8: Tracking Inventory – More competitive, save on taxes

Lecture 57 Section 8 Introduction

Lecture 58 FIFO, LIFO, Weighted Average Cost

Lecture 59 FIFO Method (Perpetual Inventory)

Lecture 60 LIFO Method (Perpetual Inventory)

Lecture 61 Weighted Average Cost Method (Perpetual Inventory) Moving Average

Lecture 62 Exercises

Lecture 63 Solutions to Exercises

Section 9: Fixed Assets and Depreciation – Get it right!

Lecture 64 Section 9 Introduction

Lecture 65 Plant (fixed) Assets and Depreciation

Lecture 66 Depreciation – Problem Solving (All Methods)

Lecture 67 Exercises

Lecture 68 Solutions to Exercises

Section 10: Accounts Payable and Bonds

Lecture 69 Section 10 Introduction

Lecture 70 Bonds

Lecture 71 Bonds: Issuance, Amortization (Straight line), Maturity

Lecture 72 Bonds: Amortization (Effective Interest Method)

Lecture 73 Time Value of Money

Lecture 74 Bond Pricing – Present Value of Bonds

Lecture 75 Bonds Exercises

Section 11: Equity – Stocks and Dividends

Lecture 76 Section 11 Introduction

Lecture 77 Overview of Corporations and Stock

Lecture 78 Issuing Stock (Common and Preferred)

Lecture 79 Common VS. Preferred Stockholders

Lecture 80 Cash Dividends Comprehensive Problem

Lecture 81 Stock Splits Explanation

Section 12: Investments and Time Value of Money

Lecture 82 Section 12 Introduction

Lecture 83 Investments and Time Value of Money

Lecture 84 Trading Investments

Lecture 85 Fair Value Adjustment (Example)

Lecture 86 Held-to-Maturity Investments (Example)

Lecture 87 Exercises

Lecture 88 Solutions to Exercises

Section 13: Statement of Cash Flows

Lecture 89 Section 13 Introduction

Lecture 90 Preparing the Statement of Cash Flows – Indirect Method

Lecture 91 Statement of Cash Flows – Direct Method

Lecture 92 Statement of Cash Flows

Section 14: Financial Statements & Analysis

Lecture 93 Section 14 Introduction

Lecture 94 Financial Statements

Lecture 95 Financial Statement Analysis

Section 15: Conclusion

Lecture 96 Conclusion and Thank You!

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Udemy | English | 7h 3m | 5.03 GB
Created by: Stefan Ignatovski, Ph.D.

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