cpatp2010 | undergraduate
Financial Accounting And Reporting Review
This undergraduate-level course is 8 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Basic Theory and Financial Reporting
- Describe the basic foundations of accounting.
- Compare the four financial statements and their formats.
- Define Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
- Explain the importance of foreign currency transactions and translations.
- Explain derivatives and hedges.
- Analyze partnership accounting from creation to dissolution.
Fundamentals, Bonds, Debt restructuring, Pensions and Leases
- Calculate present value and future value.
- Identify foundational tools for evaluation (pensions, bonds, debt restructuring, and leases).
Inventory and Deferred Taxes
- Explain how inventory accounting methods for International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) differ from those of GAAP.
- Differentiate among deferred taxes.
- Explain how to create, sell, resell, and count inventory.
Fixed Assets and Statement of Cash Flows
- Identify fixed assets.
- Identify the three primary sections of the cash flow statement.
- Compare direct and indirect methods of reporting operating activities.
Monetary Current Assets and Current Liabilities, Investments, Business Combinations & Consolidations
- Identify types of current assets and liabilities.
- Explain the relationship between concepts of accounting and investment percentage.
- Identify types of business combinations and consolidations.
Stockholders’ Equity, Governmental Accounting, and Not-for-Profit Accounting
- Determine stockholders’ equity.
- Compare governmental, proprietary and fiduciary funds.
- Explain how governmental accounting deviates from GAAP.
- Explain how not-for-profit accounting differs from for-profit accounting.
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