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Small Business Accounting

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This course applies accounting tools to make management decisions. Students learn to evaluate organizational performance from accounting information using software tools. Other topics include financial statements, cost behavior, cost allocation, budgets, and control systems.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Performance Management

    • Identify ways that small business software can be used to generate performance management reports.
    • Identify control systems used by small business owners to achieve organizational goals.
    • Compute return on investment, residual income and economic value added for a small business.

    Cost Behavior

    • Explain how cost accounting systems are used to determine the cost objectives of a small business.
    • Analyze the cost-volume-profit relationships to predict effects of changes in sales or costs, including the break-even sales volume.
    • Evaluate how cost behavior affects selection of cost drivers and management decisions.

    Budgets

    • Explain the major components, advantages, and disadvantages of a master budget for small business owners.
    • Assess the risks associated with sales forecasting.
    • Construct an activity-based flexible budget.

    Cost Allocation

    • Explain the difference between fixed and variable costs and how they relate to small business owners.
    • Analyze the effect of overhead costs on small business operations.
    • Manage organizational costs using small business software.

    Decision Making

    • Evaluate relevant accounting information for business decision making.
    • Explain the role of budgets and performance reports in the management decision-making process.
    • Describe the role of ethics in accounting decision making.

    Financial Statements

    • Identify how measurement conventions affect financial reporting for small businesses.
    • Apply the concepts, techniques, and conventions of basic financial accounting for small businesses.
    • Compare the elements of different financial statements.
    • Implement software applications to meet small business needs.
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