Managerial Cost Accounting For Beginners

Management accounting for managers and students. Learn managerial and cost accounting. #1 accounting course online.
Managerial Cost Accounting For Beginners
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4.74 GB
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7h 28m

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Stefan Ignatovski, Ph.D.

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6/2023

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4.4/5

Managerial Cost Accounting For Beginners

What you’ll learn

The best managerial accounting course out there
Get ready for part of the Business Environment and Concepts (BEC) on the CPA exam
Identify and explain the types and flows of manufacturing and non-manufacturing costs
Apply overhead cost using a job-order costing system
Apply overhead cost using a activity-based costing system
Apply overhead cost using a process costing system
Prepare a master budget
Prepare a flexible budget
Understand and apply standard costs
Analyze variances and take appropriate actions
Calculate and analyze Return on Investment (ROI)
Calculate and analyze Residual income
Construct, use and evaluate a Balanced Scorecard
Time value of money
Calculate and apply Net Present Value (NPV) and Payback Method
Evaluate various investments
Evaluate prospective projects

Managerial Cost Accounting For Beginners

Requirements

Put your speakers on, grab a pen and paper and let’s roll.

Description

Learn everything about Managerial Accounting easy and fast.Learn from the expert.What are my students saying:”I wish I would’ve found this course before I started failing accounting. Glass half full: at least I’m learning.””This is fantastic. I was having trouble understanding my book and this video course is making more sense.””Very helpful. It helped me learn cost accounting to get to advanced level.””The quality of this course is amazing. It is practical and also very good for grasping the accounting flows.””It is quite a nice course. Videos are short and very descriptive. For every topic there is a short video that explains the concepts, and afterwards there are detailed videos with problem solving. I feel I have such a good understanding of the subject now. Thanks!””This is a lot easier to understand than other accounting courses I had seen so far. The professor doesn’t use jargons making it easier for students like to understand it with ease.””This is more lively than my managerial class and teacher. I am getting more from this course!””I am taking accounting for the first time and I am really having a hard time. This course made it so easy though. The quizzes are very practical too and I think I can use it more in the future. Very friendly course.”The most popular topics covered:Job Order CostingProcess Costing (Equivalent units of production)Activity Based CostingBreak EvenMargin of SafetyHigh Low MethodVariable CostingAbsorption CostingBudgetingStandard CostsResidual IncomeRelevant CostsTime Value of MoneyNet Present ValueInternal Rate of Return (IRR)More about this course: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.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction to the course

Lecture 1 Introduction – Tips and Advice for Successful Completion

Section 2: Cost Concepts – The Flow of Costs

Lecture 2 What are we going to learn in this section?

Lecture 3 Cost Concepts (Retail and Manufacturing Businesses)

Lecture 4 Your Review Matters!

Lecture 5 Cost Concepts – Practical Application

Lecture 6 Introduction to Cost Flows

Lecture 7 Types of Costs

Lecture 8 Fixed Costs and Variable Costs

Lecture 9 Mixed Costs

Lecture 10 High-Low Method

Section 3: Job-Order Costing

Lecture 11 What are we going to learn in this section?

Lecture 12 Job-Order Costing Lecture

Lecture 13 Job-Order Costing Animation

Lecture 14 Job-Order Costing Comprehensive Problem

Lecture 15 Job-Order Problem Solving Part 1

Lecture 16 Job-Order Problem Solving Part 2

Section 4: Process Costing

Lecture 17 What are we going to learn in this section?

Lecture 18 Process Costing Introduction

Lecture 19 Process Costing Lecture

Lecture 20 Weighted Average Method Lecture

Lecture 21 Process Costing – Comprehensive Problem

Lecture 22 Equivalent Units of Production

Lecture 23 Equivalent Units of Production – Cost per equivalent unit

Lecture 24 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 1)

Lecture 25 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 2)

Lecture 26 Process Costing: FIFO Method

Section 5: Activity-Based Costing

Lecture 27 What are we going to learn in this section?

Lecture 28 Activity Based Costing (ABC) Lecture

Lecture 29 ABC Problem Solving Part 1

Lecture 30 ABC Problem Solving Part 2

Lecture 31 ABC Problem Solving Part 3

Lecture 32 ABC – Comprehensive Problem Solving

Lecture 33 Activity-Based Costing – Comprehensive Problem

Section 6: Cost Volume Profit Analysis (Break-Even)

Lecture 34 What are we going to learn in this section?

Lecture 35 Break-Even Lecture

Lecture 36 Break-Even Comprehensive Problem Solving

Lecture 37 Target Net Income

Lecture 38 Composite Units – Multiple Products Break-Even

Lecture 39 Margin of Safety

Lecture 40 Break-Even Problem Solving Part 1

Lecture 41 Break-Even Problem Solving Part 2

Section 7: Variable Costing

Lecture 42 Absorption vs. Variable Costing Lecture

Lecture 43 Variable Costing Lecture

Lecture 44 Absorption vs. Variable Costing Comprehensive Problem

Lecture 45 Variable Costing – Comprehensive Problem

Section 8: Budgeting – Learn how to create budgets

Lecture 46 Sales and Production Budgets

Lecture 47 Direct Materials Purchases Budget

Lecture 48 Direct Labor and Overhead Budgets

Lecture 49 Cost of Goods Sold Budget

Lecture 50 Cash Budget

Lecture 51 Prepare Sales Budget

Lecture 52 Prepare Collections Budget

Lecture 53 Prepare Purchases Budget

Lecture 54 Prepare Cash Disbursements Budget

Lecture 55 Prepare Cash Budget

Lecture 56 Prepare Budgeted Financial Statements

Section 9: Standard Costs and Variance Analysis

Lecture 57 Standard Costs Lecture and Problem Solving

Lecture 58 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 1)

Lecture 59 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 2)

Lecture 60 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 3)

Lecture 61 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 4)

Lecture 62 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 5)

Section 10: Performance Measurement

Lecture 63 Performance Measurement – Lecture and Comprehensive Problem

Lecture 64 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 1)

Lecture 65 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 2)

Lecture 66 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 3)

Lecture 67 Problem Solving with Stefan (Part 4)

Section 11: Differential Analysis – Make informed decisions

Lecture 68 Differential Analysis Lecture

Lecture 69 Explanation Video for Lecture Video

Lecture 70 Keep or Drop Decisions

Lecture 71 Make or Buy Decisions

Lecture 72 Special Order Decisions

Lecture 73 Joint Product Costs

Section 12: Capital Budgeting Decisions – Investment Analysis

Lecture 74 Time Value of Money

Lecture 75 Payback Method – Investment Analysis

Lecture 76 Problem Solving with Stefan – Payback Method

Lecture 77 Net Present Value – First Example

Lecture 78 Problem Solving with Stefan – Net Present Value Part 1

Lecture 79 Problem Solving with Stefan – Net Present Value Part 2

Lecture 80 Net Present Value – Total Cost Approach

Lecture 81 Net Present Value – Incremental Approach

Lecture 82 Internal Rate of Return – IRR

Small business owners,CPA Candidates (BEC Section),CMA Candidates,Managers,Accountants,Students,Bookkeepers,Anyone interested

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 7h 28m | 4.74 GB
Created by: Stefan Ignatovski, Ph.D.

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