Financial management is a crucial aspect of any business. Maximizing profits and generating investment returns are two real concerns of any company – and they depend on solid financial decisions.
The accounting system delivers the financial statements that contain important information about the company’s operating results; as a person with financial responsibility, you have to be able to interpret this information yourself.
This course teaches what accountants do; it does not teach how to do accounting. When you understand what accountants do and why, you can intelligently use the resulting information—the financial statements.
The relationship between certain items of financial data can be used to identify areas where companies excel and, more importantly, where there are opportunities for improvement. Using, understanding, and interpreting these statements will help you make much better business decisions.
This course is ideal for: Business owners, senior managers and field supervisors who are faced with financial choices every day.