Intermediate Accounting Learn Everything

Prepare yourself for the CPA exam.
Intermediate Accounting Learn Everything
File Size :
4.33 GB
Total length :
4h 33m



Stefan Ignatovski, Ph.D.


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Intermediate Accounting Learn Everything

What you’ll learn

Finally understand the concepts of accounting in a fun way, while retaining all the information.
Refresh their understanding of basic financial accounting concepts
Learn the conceptual framework of financial reporting
Prepare the income statement
Prepare the Balance Sheet
Prepare and present the supplementary Disclosures
Review the concept of Time Value of Money
Analyze receivables and write-off bad debts
Value Inventories and use the basic inventory assumptions
Apply the lower-of-cost-or-market
Prepare the statement of cash flows using the indirect method
Prepare the statement of cash flows using the direct method

Intermediate Accounting Learn Everything


Basic knowledge of financial accounting
Detailed mindset
Any material or device that will allow you to take notes


~~~Learn everything about Intermediate Accounting in about 4 hours.~~~
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. If you struggle to understand, of course you will fall asleep. 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.
In this course you will find great tools used in business that will aid the decision-making process. You will be able to identify and use important accounting information, identify and analyze various alternatives (projects, investments), and choose the best.
In this course you will find everything explained with a video lecture. There are 2 types of video lectures. The first type is an animated (cartoon) video that breaks down the most difficult concepts used in business. The second type is a problem solving shared screen that will help you with the calculations and analysis, as well as your thinking process.
Depending on your commitment, this course can take you somewhere from a week to few weeks to complete. The curriculum is designed as such, so that you will retain the information you will receive.
Whether you are a business owner, manager, or a student, you will need this course. This course will provide you with great tools that will make your decisions much more informative and calculated.


Section 1: Introduction to the Course

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Accounting Information System – Refresher

Lecture 2 The Language of Business

Lecture 3 Accounting Equation

Lecture 4 Your Review Matters!

Lecture 5 Transactions with the Accounting Equation

Lecture 6 Accounting Equation and Transactions

Lecture 7 Financial Statements – Basics

Lecture 8 T-Accounts; Debits and Credits

Lecture 9 Journalizing and Posting – Exercise

Lecture 10 Accounts Balances

Lecture 11 Adjusting Entries

Lecture 12 Deferrals

Lecture 13 Accrued Expenses – Adjusting, Reversing, and Paying

Lecture 14 Accrued Revenues – Adjusting, Reversing, Payment

Lecture 15 Completing the Accounting Cycle

Section 3: Conceptual Framework for Reporting

Lecture 16 Conceptual Framework

Section 4: Income Statement; Other Income Items; Other Reporting Issues

Lecture 17 Usefulness and Limitations of Income Statement; Earnings Management

Lecture 18 Single-Step VS. Multi-Step Income Statement

Lecture 19 Discontinued Operations; Non-controlling Interest; Other Reporting Issues

Section 5: Balance Sheet

Lecture 20 Usefulness and Limitations of the Balance Sheet

Lecture 21 Classified Balance Sheet; Supplemental Disclosures

Lecture 22 Classified Balance Sheet Problem Solving

Section 6: Time Value of Money

Lecture 23 Time Value of Money – Basics

Lecture 24 Present Value and Future Value of a Single Sum

Lecture 25 Present Value and Future Value of Annuities

Section 7: Cash and Receivables

Lecture 26 Cash and Cash Equivalents

Lecture 27 Petty Cash Fund

Lecture 28 Receivables – Introduction

Lecture 29 Valuation of Accounts Receivable (Bad Debts)

Lecture 30 Bad Debts – Direct Write-Off Method

Lecture 31 Direct Write-Off Method Problem Solving

Lecture 32 Bad Debts – Allowance Method (Percentage of Sales)

Lecture 33 Bad Debts – Allowance Method (Aging Receivables)

Lecture 34 Uncollectible Accounts Problem Solving Part 1

Lecture 35 Uncollectible Accounts Problem Solving Part 2

Section 8: Internal Controls and Bank Reconciliation

Lecture 36 Internal Controls Lecture

Lecture 37 Cash Management and Internal Controls

Lecture 38 Bank Reconciliation

Section 9: Inventories

Lecture 39 Merchandising Companies

Lecture 40 Merchandising – Problem Solving

Lecture 41 Manufacturing Companies

Lecture 42 Inventory Assumptions (FIFO, LIFO, Weighted Average Cost Method)

Lecture 43 FIFO Problem Solving (Perpetual)

Lecture 44 LIFO Problem Solving (Perpetual)

Lecture 45 Average Cost Problem Solving (Perpetual)

Lecture 46 Dollar-Value LIFO

Section 10: Other Valuation Issues of Inventories

Lecture 47 Lower of Cost or Market

Lecture 48 Gross Profit Method

Section 11: Statement Of Cash Flows

Lecture 49 SCF Indirect Method

Lecture 50 SCF – Direct Method

CPA exam takers,College students (MBA and Accounting),Business Owners

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Udemy | English | 4h 33m | 4.33 GB
Created by: Stefan Ignatovski, Ph.D.

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