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Financial Management A Complete Study for CA/CMA/CS/CFA/ACCA

500+ lectures & case studies for CA IPCC / CFA / CS Final / CMA Inter / MBA Finance / B. Com Final Exams & Professionals

Created by Raja Natarajan, B.Com., PGDBA, FCA - Chartered Accountant

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Students: 13689, Price: $159.99

Students: 13689, Price:  Paid

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  Welcome to one of the comprehensive ever course on Financial Management – relevant for any one aspiring to understand Financial Management and useful for students pursing courses like CA / CMA / CS / CFA / CPA, etc.  A Course with 500+ lectures explaining each and every concept in Financial Management followed by Solved Case Studies (Video), Conversational Style Articles explaining the concepts, Hand outs for download, Quizzes and what not??

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Who should take this course?

Are you struggling in understanding  Financial Management concepts like Time Value of Money, Ratio Analysis, Cash Flow Analysis, Fund Flow Analysis, Cost of Capital & Capital Structuring Decisions, Capital Budgeting & Working Capital Management?

Are you a student pursuing professional courses like CA / CMA / CS / CFA /CPA / ACCA / CIMA / MBA Finance or are you a Finance Professional / Banker aspiring to excel in Finance and rise to top in your career?

Then this course is for you - Financial Management A Complete Study.

Why you should take this course?

  • By taking this course, you will be able to see practical side of Financial Management concepts with lot many case studies to solve. Approaching complex topics through case studies is the best way to understand them and you will find lot many in this course.

  • Knowledge on Financial Management is important for every Entrepreneur and Finance Managers. Ignorance in Financial Management can be disastrous because it would invite serious trouble for the very functioning of the organisation. 

What you will learn by taking this course?

This is a comprehensive course, covering each and every topic in detail. In this course,you will learn the Financial Management basic concepts, theories, and techniques which deals with conceptual frame work. You will be exposed to following concepts of Financial Management 

    a) Introduction to Financial Management (covering role of CFO, difference between Financial Management, Accounting and other disciplines, Financial Management Functions, Importance of Financial Management) 

    b) Time Value of Money 

    c) Financial Analysis through Ratios (covering ratios for performance evaluation and financial health, application of ratio analysis in decision making). 

    d) Financial Analysis through Cash Flow Statement  (Cash flow statement indirect method, direct method, how to prepare, etc.)

    e) Financial Analysis through Fund Flow Statement 

    f) Cost of Capital of Business (Weighted Average Cost of Capital and Marginal Cost of Capital) 

    g) Capital Structuring Decisions (Capital Structuring Patterns, Designing optimum capital structure, Capital Structure Theories). 

    h) Leverage Analysis (Operating Leverage, Financial Leverage and Combined Leverage) 

    I) Various Sources of Finance 

    j) Capital Budgeting Decisions (Payback Period, Accounting Rate of Return, Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return, Profitability    Index, Discounted Payback Period, Modified Internal Rate of Return) 

    k) Working Capital Management (Working Capital Cycle, Cash Cost, Budgetary Control, Inventory Management, Receivables Management, Payables Management, Treasury Management) 

How this course is structured?

This  course is structured in self paced learning style. Each and every section of this course is broken down as various micro lectures and then they are substantiated with examples and case studies. Several real world examples are used in this course through case studies. You'll gain authority on each and every topic as i take you through lectures one by one. This  course is presented in simple language with examples. This course has  video lectures (with writings on Black / Green Board / Note book / Talking head, etc).  You would feel you are attending a real class.   

What are the pre-requisites for taking this course?

You should have basic knowledge of Accounting. You would require  good internet connection for interruption free learning process.

How this course will benefit you?

At the end of the course, you will be able to solve above advanced concepts, case studies in Financial Management at ease with high level of confidence. This course will equip you for approaching above listed professional examinations with confidence as well hand real life problems with clarity.

Advanced Financial Management for CA/CMA/CFA/ACCA/CS/MBA

Expose yourself to advanced concepts in Financial Management & Prepare confidently for for CA / CS / CFA /CPA Exams

Created by Raja Natarajan, B.Com., PGDBA, FCA - Chartered Accountant

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Students: 6055, Price: $119.99

Students: 6055, Price:  Paid

Are you struggling in understanding advanced concepts in Financial Management like Capital Budgeting Techniques, Leasing, Mergers & Acquisitions, Portfolio Management, etc. Are you a student pursuing professional courses like CA / CMA / CS / CFA /CPA / ACCA / CIMA / MBA Finance or are you a Finance Professional / Banker aspiring to excel in Finance and rise to top in your career? Then this course is for you - Advanced Financial Management - A Comprehensive Study.

By taking this course, you will be able to see practical side of advanced concepts in Financial Management with lot many case studies to solve. Approaching complex topics through case studies is the best way to understand them and you will find lot many in this course.

In this course you will be exposed to the advanced concepts of Financial Management covering

a) Mergers and Acquisitions.

b) Capital Market Instruments

c) Advanced Capital Budgeting Techniques.

d) Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting

e) Sensitivity and Scenario Analysis in Capital Budgeting

f) Leasing

g) Basics of Derivatives.

h) Portfolio Management - Quantitative Techniques.

i) Dividend Decisions.

j) Start up Finance

k) Financial Markets and their regulation

l) Mutual Funds

m) Venture Capital

n) Investment Banking

o) Credit Rating

p) Banking Management

This  course is structured in self paced learning style. Each and every section of this course is broken down as various micro lectures and then they are substantiated with examples and case studies. Several real world examples are used in this course through case studies. You'll gain authority on each and every topic as i take you through lectures one by one. This  course is presented in simple language with examples. This course has  video lectures (with writings on Black / Green Board / Note book / Talking head, etc).  You would feel you are attending a real class.

You should have basic knowledge of Financial Management.You would require  good internet connection for interruption free learning process.

At the end of the course, you will be able to solve above advanced concepts, case studies in Advanced  at ease with high level of confidence. This course will equip you for approaching above listed professional examinations with confidence.

ACCA Financial Accounting (FA/FFA)

Pathway to passing ACCA FA/FFA exam; financial accounting basics under IFRS

Created by Marina Matyukhina - ACCA lecturer

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Students: 5085, Price: $69.99

Students: 5085, Price:  Paid

The course is based on the ACCA Financial Accounting (FA/FFA) official syllabus, which is one of the top standards in the accounting industry since ACCA aims to ensure that its qualifications are recognised and valued by governments and regulatory authorities and employers across all sectors. ACCA qualifications have even been recognised on the educational frameworks in several countries.

FA/FFA is a foundation level paper in ACCA qualification followed by Financial Reporting (FR) and Strategic Business Reporting (SBR)

All the lectures are referenced to and mostly follow the order of the FA/FFA syllabus to help you navigate through the course. Also, you may easily find quizzes relevant to each section of the syllabus.

The course aims to enable you to record most of the transactions and events of a simple business, to prepare and give basic interpretation of the financial statements, and also to produce simple consolidated financial statements. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are used as an accounting and reporting framework in FA/FFA paper and in this course.

If you are a beginner, it is highly recommended to follow the lectures in the order as they are presented in the course. If you are familiar with the syllabus and simply want to revise a few topics, I would recommend to start from the beginning of each subsection (e.g. C2, D1, E5, etc.) because the examples used in one subsection may sometimes follow through several lectures.

The mix of lectures, short practice questions, and tutor support throughout the course guarantees you the opportunity to master all the basic accounting skills and also get ready for your ACCA FA/FFA exam.

ACCA Financial Management (FM): Business Valuations

Learn why valuation of businesses are required and the appropriate models for valuation of shares

Created by ProfEd Academy - Expert Instructors in Finance, Risk and Treasury

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Students: 3355, Price: $24.99

Students: 3355, Price:  Paid

Reviews So Far:

"Fantastic Experience."

"The course is really good. I had problems with business valuations during the FM march 2019 exams, but I am finding it easier and I am understanding the concept better."

"I learned a lot. Some of it was above my head at this point. I would have benefited from a little more explanation & 1 or 2 more opportunities to practice for each of the new concepts."

"nice explanations, Thanks"

"Excellent"

"Good course. God bless you."

"Good way of teaching"

"This is a good introduction course. Congratulations to anyone envolved."

"very good concise content. instructor is very knowlegeable and able to summarize info rapidly"

"I am not a ACCA student so am not preparing for the exam. It is solely for my own interest. The training program did provide a clear explanations. Able to gain an understanding of the subject quickly. As for how realistic it is to the real world, I can't comment as I have never worked in this field. Therefore it is a 4 star instead of 5 star."

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This course covers the Business Valuations section of the ACCA Financial Management (FM) paper.

The topics covered are:

1. Nature and purpose of the valuation of business and financial assets.

2. Models for the valuation of shares.

3. The valuation of debt and other financial assets.

4. Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) and practical considerations in the valuation of shares.

ACCA Financial Management (FM) Exam –> Practice Test 2021

Financial structure | Cost of capital | Financial leverage | Risk factor | Treasurer | Asset management | Capital Budget

Created by Karuna Maheshwari - || Education is Your Attitude ||

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Students: 2998, Price: $19.99

Students: 2998, Price:  Paid

Dear Friends,

Are you Preparing for Exam in FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT?

Don’t be stressed, Take our Financial Management Based Mock Test and prepare yourself for the Exam. Here you will get Financial Management based Multiple Choice Question for your Next Exam.

What you will get in These Mock Test ?

  • It contains sample questions which are likely to be asked in the Exam.

  • These Financial Management based MCQ questions help you with self-study and self-assessment.

  • These Mock Test helps you check your Current Knowledge in the Financial Management.

Generally, you need to refer a variety of books and Websites in order to cover the ocean of topics in Financial Management. To make it easy for you guys, I have collected a few Financial Management Based questions from different topics.

In these MCQ we Covers Following Topics in Financial Management:

  • Financial structure

  • Cost of capital

  • Financial leverage

  • Risk factor

  • Treasurer

  • Asset management

  • Capital Budget

After the Completion of the Mock test you will get the all Answer of the Question. So in this way you can Check your Result. When you solve these Questions then definitely your confidence will Increase. This type of Question and Answer really crucial for your real Exam.

Also this course has 30 days money back guarantee. Without any delay, the applicants participate in the Financial Management Practice Test and understand the various questions and answers.

Best of luck!

CHEERS!

ACCA: FA (F3) Financial Accounting

Let's get to grasps of how to perform the basics of financial accounting.

Created by Rowan Malherbe - ACCA Lecturer and Gold Approved Learning Partner

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Students: 2200, Price: $89.99

Students: 2200, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles and concepts relating to financial accounting and technical proficiency in the use of double-entry accounting techniques including the preparation of basic financial statements and assist students and learners to various accounting techniques that can be used in the every day world of finance as well as prepare for your exams.

ACCA: AB (F1) Accountant in Business

Let's find out what an accountant does on a daily basis

Created by Rowan Malherbe - ACCA Lecturer and Gold Approved Learning Partner

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Students: 1643, Price: $89.99

Students: 1643, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to introduce knowledge and understanding of the business and its environment and the influence this has on how organisations are structured and on the role of the accounting and other key business functions in contributing to the efficient, effective and ethical management and development of an organisation and its people and systems. This course will allow you to obtain the necessary knowledge to understand exactly what is involved in the world as an accountant.

ACCA FR (F7) Financial Reporting – Complete Course

Financial Reporting - IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards)

Created by Syed Muhammad Ali Shah - Teaching Accounting and Finance for Over Fifteen Years

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Students: 833, Price: $39.99

Students: 833, Price:  Paid

COURSE OVERVIEW  (Last updated July 2021)
It is a complete course on financial reporting based on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).  Course syllabus is designed on the syllabus as given by ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).  The course covers all topics and is aimed to help students passing their ACCA FR (F7) exam All topics are explained in a structured, phased approach.

It is a complete guide kit for those who want to learn financial reporting (IFRS). There are more than thirty-two hours of video lectures, including the explanation of theoretical concepts and examples and questions

Average duration of each lecture is approximately twenty to thirty minutes in order to explain the topic and do few questions / examples to show the application of knowledge.

HOW STUDENTS GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE

This course is created to help students pass their ACCA FR (F7) exam with high marks in the very first attempt. The list of topics (chapters) and their sequence is from BPP Learning Media which is considered as one of the world’s best publishers of accounting books.

However, students with other qualifications such as CIMA, CA, CAT, BBA or MBA can also get great value since the topics of Fundamentals of Financial Accounting remain same in all qualifications and degrees.

The course includes video tutorials for full syllabus coverage of ACCA FR (F&) as well as videos for practice questions with solutions and explanation by the tutor. As part of the learning materials students will also find course notes and chapter presentations in PDF format.

The aim of this training is to develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles, concepts and regulations relating to financial reporting based on  International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

DETAILED SYLLABUS (TOPIC LIST)

- Conceptual Framework
- Regulatory Framework
- IAS 16 - Tangible Non Current Assets
- IAS 23 - Borrowing Cost
- IAS 36 - Impairment
- IAS 37 - Provisions and Contingencies
- IAS 38 - Intangible Non Current Assets
- IAS 40 - Investment Property
- IAS   2 - Inventories
- IAS 10 - Events after the reporting period
- IAS 20 - Government Grants
- IAS 33 - Earnings Per Share EPS
- IAS 41 - Biological Assets
- IFRS 3 - Goodwill
- IFRS 5 - Non Current Asset Held for Sales and Discontinued Operation
- IFRS 9 - Financial Instruments
- IFRS 15 - Revenue from Contracts with Customers
- IFRS 16 - Leases
- Reporting Financial Performance
- Interpretation of Financial Statements
- Accounting for Inflation
- Final Accounts
- Consolidated Financial Statements

ABOUT INSTRUCTOR
I am a qualified accounting and finance professional with over twenty years of professional experience. I have been teaching accounting and finance courses for over fifteen years and have taught more than twenty thousand delegates including students, young accountants, chief accountant and finance managers.

ACCA FA1 Recording Financial Transactions

ACCA Foundation level. Foundation in Accountancy (FIA). Introductory certificate in financial and management accounting.

Created by Ruth McDougall - Accounting/ bookkeeping tutor

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Students: 726, Price: $49.99

Students: 726, Price:  Paid

ACCA's FA1 Recording financial transactions paper is the first paper in the ACCA's foundation level qualification. It is an international course which aims to introduce students to the basic accounting systems up to the trial balance stage and the types of documentation you would encounter in the workplace.

No previous knowledge of accounting, additional material or software is required for this paper. In order to sit the ACCA exam students must apply direct to ACCA for student membership and exam entry.

In this course students will learn about:

  • Business transactions, the banking system and double entry bookkeeping
  • Payroll and ledger accounts
  • Reconciliation and preparing the trial balance

This course is for complete beginners, providing a starting point for those wanting to pursue a career in accounting as an accounting technician or those wanting to become a professional accountant but who may not meet the entry requirements to start their studies straight away with the ACCA qualification.

ACCA: AA (F8) – Audit and assurance

Learn what auditors are, what auditors do and how to become an auditor.

Created by Rowan Malherbe - ACCA Lecturer and Gold Approved Learning Partner

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Students: 541, Price: $89.99

Students: 541, Price:  Paid

This course is aimed to develop knowledge and understanding of the process of carrying out the assurance engagement and its application in the context of the professional regulatory framework

On successful completion of this paper, candidates should be able to: 

A. Explain the concept of audit and assurance and the functions of audit, corporate governance, including ethics and professional conduct, describing the scope and distinguishing between the functions of internal and external audit. 

B. Demonstrate how the auditor obtains and accepts audit engagements, obtains an understanding of the entity and its environment, assesses the risk of material misstatement (whether arising from fraud or other irregularities) and plans an audit of financial statements.

C. Describe and evaluate internal controls, techniques and audit tests, including IT systems to identify and communicate control risks and their potential consequences, making appropriate recommendations.

D. Identify and describe the work and evidence obtained by the auditor and others required to meet the objectives of audit engagements and the application of the International Standards on Auditing (ISAs).

E. Explain how consideration of subsequent events and the going concern principle can inform the conclusions from audit work and are reflected in different types of auditor’s report, written representations and the final review and report. 

IFRS – A Complete Course on IFRS

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Advance Level - ACCA SBR / DipIFRS / Cert IFRS

Created by Syed Muhammad Ali Shah - Teaching Accounting and Finance for Over Fifteen Years

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Students: 424, Price: $59.99

Students: 424, Price:  Paid

This course is an advanced course on International Financial Reporting Standards.  Updated on 13.05.2021

The DipIFR or "ACCA Diploma in international financial reporting" is an international diploma certifying proficiency in IFRS, issued by the world's largest finance and accounting professionals organization, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

If you are a professional accountant or auditor who works in practice or business then you are eligible to take this ACCA financial reporting qualification.

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR:

1. Students taking ACCA SBR Exams
2. Students taking ACCA DipIFR Exam
3. Students taking ACCA Cert IFRS Exam
4. Working professionals responsible for preparing financial statements based on IFRS - International Financial Reporting Standards

LEARNING OUTCOME

This course is based on IFRS syllabus as prescribed by ACCA (Association of Certified Chartered Accountants) and is in line with the course outline for ACCA Dip-IFR exam. 

Participants are expected to develop knowledge and skills in understanding and applying International Financial Reporting Standards and the theoretical framework in the preparation of financial statements of entities, including consolidated financial statements.

WHAT IS INCLUDED

The course includes detailed lectures on financial reporting standards included in ACCA Dip IFR exam.  Apart from lectures the course also includes sufficient practice questions to demonstrate the application of IFRS.  The course also includes excel files / working files which students can download for analysis or further working purposes.

Bookkeeping and Payroll with QuickBooks & Iris (12pay soft)

Bookkeeping and Payroll

Created by Sajedul islam ACCA, MBA - Managing Partner at Linkon Chartered Certified Accountants

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Students: 309, Price: $24.99

Students: 309, Price:  Paid

In this course, you will learn bookkeeping and accounting basics. By the end of this course, you will have a solid understanding of the main accounts in bookkeeping and accounting, the different financial reports, and I will show you step-by-step how to do bookkeeping and accounting. Also, you will learn everything about payroll. The computerised section of this course is based on using 12Pay software.
The package is suitable for all companies (as it is capable of dealing with unlimited employees and directors) and for a professional bookkeeper or accountant.

Learning how to use this software eliminates the need for extra training and enables you to easily adapt to other computerised payroll software packages, plus enhance your CV when applying for jobs with larger companies.

We provide you with a full working version of the software for your studies.

The course is structured in a format that allows you to study in your own time and at your own pace.

You'll learn how to become an employer, how to set up a new starter (employee), how to enter opening balances if they've given you a p45 from a previous employer, how to run payroll for various time slots - weekly, fortnightly, 4 weekly or monthly, how to calculate the net and gross, various terminology such as gross, net, NI, PAYE, cut off days, wages, salary, attachment of earnings, pension.

We cover the rules of being an employer, how to set up to become an employer and the various governing bodies that you should be aware of - particularly the HMRC, the Student Loans company and the Pensions Regular. We look at when and how everyone should be paid and the penalties for missing deadlines. The various forms to fill in and what type of information you should collect from everyone upon starting with your organisation and what to give them when they leave. We look at how to integrate the payroll with other functions - such as your accounting software, the reports to run and keep, the journal entries and what is going on behind the scenes and the true cost of employing people amongst over things.

We look at regular payments such as wages, and discretionary payments such as bonuses and commissions. We look at how to calculate sick pay and the difference between gross pay, net pay, take home pay, and employers national insurance NI and employees NI and employers pension contribution vs employee pension contribution.

This is a useful course if:

  • You are thinking of employing people

  • You are going to take responsibility for getting the wages right

  • You are going for jobs which have a requirement for you to be able to know payroll and use payroll software

  • You want to put this skill on your CV

  • You are a bookkeeper or accountant and will be offering payroll services

  • You run your own business and want to know how to run the payroll for yourself.

Award winning ACCA SBL Strategic Business Leader course

Enhance your chances of passing ACCA’s Strategic Business Leader through a series of videos on all main topics & themes

Created by Dr Constantine "Dino" Kiritsis - Founder & MD StudySmart, PwC Curriculum Development Expert

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Students: 285, Price: $84.99

Students: 285, Price:  Paid

This ACCA SBL course is based on  Dr. Dino's Award Winning (Accounting Awards 2020 Athens, Europe) globally adopted SBL flowchart which organises SBL's material in a logical sequential manner based on his practical Flowchart methodology. Learn all important business models in short videos along with their descriptions, understand what is expected during the exam, gain tips on how to pass SBL, how and when to use the theories, learn what the examiners expect, how to manage your time in reading the case, tips on writing style, all in a series of over 55 simple videos for a total of app. 4 hours (230+ minutes). Videos offered with descriptions:

1. How does the programe work”: A short video on how to make the best use out of the videos and my SBL course

2. “What is SBL all about?”: A 5 min video about the exam itself, what it is all about, its structure, what is expected from candidates, its main characteristics and some key tips on handling the content and requirements.

3. “Managing your time for passing the SBL exam”: Managing time in a 4 hour exam is crucial and therefore this video explains how to make the best use of your planning time, how to scan exhibits, when to check requirements and other critical points on SBL time management.

4. “Flowchart – ACCA SBL’s This content areas explained”: This is probably the most important video as it explains all SBL content in about 15 minutes. Therefore, it is important to go over it and remind yourself on how the topics of the course relate to each other, so have a good look while also downloading the flowchart to have in front of you while i am speaking. The flowchart is a very useful tool in understanding the logic of the paper, especially when you have done your studies and are close to taking the exam!

  1. ACCA SBL Flowchart – How to understand SBL’s content based on the Award Winning Flowchart by Dino: - Amazing for revising the whole course! Part 1/6 – This part on youtube

  1. ACCA SBL Flowchart – Amazing for revising the whole course! How to understand SBL’s content based on the Award Winning Flowchart by Dino: Part 2/6

  1. ACCA SBL Flowchart – How to understand SBL’s content based on the Award Winning Flowchart by Dino: Amazing for revising the whole course! Part 3/6

  1. ACCA SBL Flowchart – How to understand SBL’s content based on the Award Winning Flowchart by Dino: Amazing for revising the whole course! Part 4/6

  1. ACCA SBL Flowchart – How to understand SBL’s content based on the Award Winning Flowchart by Dino: Amazing for revising the whole course! Part 5/6

  1. ACCA SBL Flowchart – How to understand SBL’s content based on the Award Winning Flowchart by Dino: Amazing for revising the whole course! Part 6/6

11. “Planning your answer”: This video helps you in how to plan and write your answer based on best practices and content/info from the examiner's report up to early 2020. You need to make sure that you do certain things in order for your answer to include the elements expected by ACCA as well as understanding the 'feel', 'layout', 'logic' in terms of planning.

  1. “5 Ws by Dino for SBL”: A simple exam technique to use to answer an SBL requirement. Check it carefully to ensure your answer is effective!

  1. How to write professionally for SBL: An extremely useful video on how to write effectively based on the reporting layout. What the examiners expect, how to space your answer, introduce, conclude, make a slide and other useful tips in gaining marks.

14. “A simple way to understand the skills for SBL”: The skills for ACCA's SBL are 5 and they are Communication, Evaluation, Analysis, Commercial Acumen and Scepticism. In this 5 minute video, I explain the competencies in a simple, yet effective way to help you understand what is expected by the examining team.

15. “Common layouts for SBL”: For SBL, you will be asked to write your answer in a specific layout such as a 'report', a 'press release' a 'letter' a "Project Initiation Document", a briefing paper or even make Powerpoint slides. This video explains what is expected from candidates and how to write as well as the type of layout in each and every style. Remember, writing effectively, following instructions and using the correct layout give points and these are crucial in passing the exam!

16. “Description of how to know which model to use in SBL”: This is a 'key' video in understanding WHICH MODEL or THEORY to use based on KEY WORDS from SBL's material. For example, the word competition leads to using 5 forces theory while evaluation of strategies leads candidates to use the "Suitability, Acceptability. Feasibility" (SAF) model. There are 25 key words to remember so take notes!

17. Can I pass SBL just by using common sense?: Given that SBL is all about simulating the workplace and being 'professional' and acting in a professional manner, many students ask if it is possible to pass purely by using common sense and not using any model and theory to support their answers. The quick answer is YES they can. Listen to this short, yet interesting video on this point.

  1. “ACCA SBL FAQs” – Answers to student questions about the SBL exam: This video goes over – and answers specifically – common questions that students ask about ACCA’s SBL exam. For example, can a student use 2 theories? Can you gain more than 1 mark for a valid point etc. Check it out! ALSO GOOD FOR YOUTUBE

  1. REPLACED with PREVIOUS with same title: Why candidates fail ACCA’s SBL: Candidates fail because they usually fail to analyse and extend their answers. Watch this video to ensure you do not make these mistakes and how to ensure you do pass at first attempt. – ALSO GOOD FOR YOUTUBE PLEASE

20. “Corporate Governance”: is the starting point, as it is the way in which companies are directed and controlled in the best interests of stakeholders. The logic in the course is to start analysing a company from TOP to bottom. From Governance and Structure along with Ethics to Implementation.

21. “Key concepts of corporate governance”: A 'must see' video as the content in this video can be used for almost EVERY answer relating to corporate governance and business ethics. This video can give you additional marks if used in such questions/requirements.

22. “Stakeholders”: Understanding Stakeholders, mapping them and checking their conflict is crucial for every organization. Stakeholders are those individuals and groups that have an interest and/or can influence the organization. It is important for the organization to SATISFY them all to ensure its smooth operations. Remember that.

23. “Agency theory” (or relationship) is the foundation upon which governance exists. Companies have 'agents' working on behalf of the owners. These agents need to always work in the best interest of the company and protect the company's interests.

24. “Board of Directors”: The most CENTRAL element in Governance. Most companies, especially listed companies have a board (or even 2 boards), that supervise, create the mission and strategy of the organization and have to collectively protect the company. This video has all the relevant information about the board in less than 4 minutes, such the role of Non Executive Directors, the types of boards, the reason for committees, diversity and other important elements.

25. Board Diversity: A very interesting video on why a board needs to be Diverse. People with different expertise, know-how, from different backgrounds, yound and old, men and women, different religions, from different geographical areas always help in providing different viewpoints, ideas and challenging concepts. A good board is a diverse board.

  1. Chairman & CEO: A short video on the difference between the Chairman and CEO, their roles in a business and it is best practice for two people to hold these positions and not the same person (segregation of duties)

27. “Corporate Governance Country Frameworks”: Every country has its own laws and therefore countries can provide the framework within which listed companies need to operate. This video explains the main differences between the UK's Corporate Governance Code and the USA's Sarbanes Oxley Act and why codes matter along with their pros and cons.

28. “Risk Management Process”: A very concise video on the Risk Management Process. Extremely important in understanding how to Manage Risk in a logical sequence. This video can help you answer Risk Management requirements in the exam.

29. “Code of Ethics”: Codes of Ethics are very important for organisations. Watch this video to understand why and how they play an important role for companies, how they support professionalism of employees and what some classic 'contents' would be if asked to prepare an outline.

30. “Corporate Responsibility” is an element of effective Corporate Governance. In this short video, CR is explained, defined and also some of the most important responsibilities of companies are noted to remember for the exam.

31. “CPD – Continuing Professional Development”: A short video to watch WHY board directors need to also continue to update their knowledge the same way ACCA members should. The rationale is the same. Changes happen dramatically these days and therefore it is essential to be able to cope and stay up to date in order to be effective.

32. “Vision and Mission” begins the Strategic part of SBL. Every company must have a vision and a mission. The terms are 'abused' unfortunately in the real world, however their importance remains and they are 'different'. Vision is the grad idea and Mission how to get there. Recent theories also talk about the mission being the PURPOSE of the organization (see SInek, 2007 - Start with Why).

33. “External Analysis”: A short video on what "EXTERNAL ANALYSIS" means. As you have probably seen in the previous videos as well as in the FLOWCHART, companies can be broken into 2 sections, External and Internal. External means everything happening outside the company's doors and Internal everything that happens within the company's doors. This is useful as if there is a requirement in the exam that has to do with environment or competition, you should know where to look and what to use from that area of the flowchart.

34. “PESTEL”: This video explains one of the most 'classic' models in business, PESTEL which can be used if the requirement asks you to analyse, or evaluate the 'environment' in the case. Of course you may also be asked to demonstrate understanding of 'commercial acumen' which implies - in most cases - understanding the way an organization operates within its environment. Don't be afraid to use this model alongside other 'external' models as indicated in the flowchart.

35. “5 Forces Theory”: A concise video on understanding Michael Porter's 5 forces theory which is used to evaluate the competitive environment or the 'profitability' of an industry. As Porter suggests, every industry is different but this model can be used to understand where the organization can actually make money in its industry and where it is probably losing money (i.e. supplier power forcing margins down or high customer power due to low switching costs etc.). Extremely important for the exam.

36. “Porter’s Diamond”: An amazing model explaining why and how COUNTRIES (not companies) can have a national competitive advantage. As it can be assumed, if a country has some unique resources (i.e. oil, climate, know-how etc.) it can have a competitive advantage thus making organisations operating in such an environment possibly benefit from this uniqueness by operating in that country or even taking PART of their operation in their supply chain to that country. For example, Apple designs phones in the USA taking advantage of the US's talent in innovation and design, while it assembles the phone (at least until the time of publishing this course) in China, thus taking advantage of the top quality resources (talent) in China in terms of technology know-how, scalability for production and market.

37. “Internal Analysis”: A short video on understanding what "internal" analysis means - along the lines of "external". Here, I include elements and theories that relate to "INSIDE" the company (like strategy, Critical Success factors, Value chain, Portfolio, strategy etc.)

38. Critical Success Factors & Balanced Scorecard: This video explains the concept of Critical Success Factors and why it is important for companies to focus on what ‘Really” matters in business. The basis upon which the Balances Scorecard was developed in 1990 was the CSFs, and therefore an explanation on what the Balanced Scorecard is, is provided.

39. “Big Data”: An extremely important video on the topic of our era (big data). Data is the new 'oil' and companies need data to understand trends, forecast demand, make budgets and make predictions based on the data they collect and 'mine'. In the 21st century data is becoming more and more important as it is coming very fast (Velocity), is of different kind (Variety) and we are overwhelmed by how much data is being produced (volume) due to the fast pace of our world, globalisation and 24/7 connectivity. The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to create more data...

40. “Porter’s Generic Strategies”: Companies need to have a 'generic strategy' to compete in its market. This video explains the Generic Strategies model in an extremely simple way to help you understand what it is all about along with examples.

41. “The BCG Matrix” (Boston Consulting Group Matrix) examines a company's portfolio of services or products but can also be used for a company's subsidiary products. Understand in this video what cash cows, stars, question marks and dogs mean in strategy terms.

42. “Value Chain”: The value chain is based on the assumption that VALUE is CREATED or ADDED when 9 activities within companies are COORDINATED well. These activities are broken down into 2 groups (support and primary) and only if these activities are based on the company's generic strategy/philosophy and work in a coordinated, effective and efficient way, the company can add value.

  1. Benchmarking: This video explains the concept of benchmarking, how it is used, its advantages as well as its disadvantages for organizations. It also mentions some examples.

44. “Culture”: If there is a question on culture in the exam, you can use the 7 elements of the Cultural Web, a very useful model/theory that examines 7 areas to understand a company's culture.

45. “Market Segmentation”: Among the top areas that are important to know in marketing is segmentation. Companies need to know the profiles of their customers and when organising them into homogenous groups, this is called segmentation. Watch this video to understand the area and explain it in the context of the SBL case if it comes up.

46. “Marketing Mix – 7 P’s”: This video talks about and explains probably the most important marketing theory in the world, the Marketing mix, also known as 7 P's. In the older days it was called '4P's however if an organization is offering a 'service' 7 P's may be more appropriate.

47. “6 I's Elements” in Marketing refers to the characteristics and advantages for Marketing on-line in a digital way. All elements start with an "I" so we can remember them better.

48. “SWOT analysis”: One of the most well-known business models of all time. You may not be asked to undertake a SWOT analysis for the exam but you may be asked to state the POSITION of the company. If you see this word, it implies SWOT which is a static but very important model to list and analyse the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats of a company. Remember to ANALYSE the points raised within the context of the case, not just list them. Strengths and Weaknesses are usually internal areas (found from inside the company), while Opportunities and Threats are from outside the company (External areas).

49. “Directional Policy Matrix”: This video explains how many directions a company can take towards growth. The simplicity of Ansoff's model featured is amazing. After the SWOT analysis comes growth usually and the direction chosen is based on the SWOT (position). After directions, methods follow.

50. “Methods for Growth”: This video explains the various methods a company has to grow after the direction from Ansoff's model is chosen. Practically speaking there are about 7 methods that companies use: Licensing, Franchising, Merger, Acquisition, Joint Venture (or Alliance), Organic and Exporting. In the exam, if you are asked to EVALUATE a strategy such as one of these you need to examine it by asking 3 words: Suitability, Acceptability and Feasibility (next video in sequence).

51. “Suitability, Acceptability, Feasibility (SAF)”: This video explains how to evaluate a strategic direction chosen. For example, if a company decides to acquire another company, is this strategy Suitable for the organization? Is it Acceptable? is it Feasible? In your answer you need to know the pros and cos of acquisitions and ask yourself questions such as is this idea acceptable to the stakeholders of the company? Is it feasible? Does the company have capabilities? Resources? know-how? Does the company have cash etc. etc.

52. “Change Management”: A very important topic of our era. What is change? Why is it important? Why are people resistant? How can we manage change? Watch this video to get the basics on change and some examples that you can use for the exam.

53. “Project Management”: This video is a Mini Project Management course on the "basics of project management". It includes what projects are, their constraints, the role of the project manager, the business case, the PID, the lessons learnt, the tools Project Managers use and other important points to help you understand the topic towards preparing for the exam.

54. Leadership: A video on a very challenging topic. It goes over the difference between leadership and management, the traits of a good leader and some of the basic theories and styles of leadership like the situational leadership model;

ACCA: MA (F2) – Management Accounting

Management Accounting

Created by Rowan Malherbe - ACCA Lecturer and Gold Approved Learning Partner

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Students: 253, Price: $89.99

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This course is designed to develop knowledge and understanding of management accounting techniques to support management in planning, controlling and monitoring performance in a variety of business contexts. By the end of the course you should be able to understand the basics of management accounting in order for you to progress onto more complicated management accounting techniques and methods.

ACCA PM (F5) Performance Management – A Comprehensive Course

A Comprehensive Course on Performance Management - Basics to Advance

Created by Syed Muhammad Ali Shah - Teaching Accounting and Finance for Over Fifteen Years

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Students: 169, Price: $39.99

Students: 169, Price:  Paid

(Last updated on 18.01.2021)

WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR:

· Students from ACCA PM (F5) CIMA P1, CIMA P2, BBA, MBA

· Accounting and Finance Professionals.

· Individuals and Business owners who want to understand the Performance Management and Cost Accounting from basics to advance.

COURSE OVERVIEW

It is a complete guide kit for those who want to learn performance management. The syllabus and lectures is based on Performance Management syllabus as prescribed by ACCA and the order of the chapters as followed by BPP learning media.

Average duration of each lecture is approximately thirty minutes in order to explain the topic and do few questions / examples to show the application of knowledge.

HOW STUDENTS GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE

This course is created to help students pass their ACCA PM (F5) exam with high marks in the very first attempt. The list of topics (chapters) and their sequence is from BPP Learning Media which is considered as one of the world’s best publishers of accounting books.

However, students with other qualifications such as CIMA, CA, CAT, BBA or MBA can also get great value since the topics of Fundamentals of Financial Accounting remain same in all qualifications and degrees.

The course includes video tutorials for full syllabus coverage of ACCA PM (F5) as well as videos for practice questions with solutions and explanation by the tutor. As part of the learning materials students will also find course notes and chapter presentations in PDF format.

WHAT IS INCLUDED

PART A - SPECIALIST COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING TECHNIQUES

Costing
Activity Based Costing - ABC
Target Costing
Throughput Accounting
Life Cycle Costing
Environmental Accounting

PART B - DECISION MAKING TECHNIQUES

Cost Volume Profit Analysis
Limiting Factor Analysis
Pricing Decisions
Short Term Decisions
Risk and Uncertainty

At the end of the course you can confidently claim to have comprehensive knowledge of Financial Management.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

I am a qualified accounting and finance professional with over twenty years of professional experience. I have been teaching accounting and finance courses for over fifteen years and have taught more than twenty thousand delegates including students, young accountants, chief accountant and finance managers.

ACCA FA (F3) A Complete Course on Financial Accounting

Fundamentals of International Financial Accounting - ACCA FA (F3) - CIMA (CO2) - CA - CAT

Created by Syed Muhammad Ali Shah - Teaching Accounting and Finance for Over Fifteen Years

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Students: 161, Price: $39.99

Students: 161, Price:  Paid

COURSE DESCRIPTION – Last updated July 2021

WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR:

  • Students from ACCA FA (F3), CIMA (CO2), CA, CAT, BBA, MBA

  • Young Accountants.

  • Individuals and Business owners who want to understand the process of accounting and how financial statements are prepared.

COURSE OVERVIEW This course is focused on teaching students and young accountants the Fundamentals of Financial Accounting based on IFRS.

It covers all the academic and theoretical topics of financial accounting which are actively used in the real life. Students as well as working accountants can equally benefit from this course.

At the end of the course you can confidently claim to have complete knowledge of Financial Accounting Fundamentals.

COMPLETE SYLLABUS

- Introduction to accounting
- The regulatory framework
- The qualitative characteristics of financial information
- Sources, records and books of prime entry
- Ledger accounts and double entry
- From trial balance to financial statements
- Inventory
- Tangible non-current assets
- Intangible non-current assets
- Accruals and prepayments
- Irrecoverable debts and allowances
- Provisions and contingencies
- Sales Tax
- Control accounts
- Bank reconciliations
- Correction of errors
- Preparation of financial statements for sole traders
- Incomplete records
- Introduction to company accounting
- Preparation of financial statements for companies
- Events after the reporting period
- Statements of cash flows
- Introduction to consolidated financial statements
- The consolidated statement of financial position
- The consolidated statement of profit or loss and other comprehensive income
- Interpretation of financial statements

HOW ACCOUNTANTS CAN GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE:

In this course we start to learn accounting from very basics on how to record the financial transactions in accounting books, make the journals, ledgers, trails balance and finally the preparation and interpretation of financial statements.

HOW STUDENTS GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE

This course is created to help students pass their ACCA FA (F3) exam with high marks in the very first attempt. The list of topics (chapters) and their sequence is from BPP Learning Media which is considered as one of the world’s best publishers of accounting books.

However, students with other qualifications such as CIMA, CA, CAT, BBA or MBA can also get great value since the topics of Fundamentals of Financial Accounting remain same in all qualifications and degrees.

The course includes video tutorials for full syllabus coverage of ACCA F3 as well as videos for practice questions with solutions and explanation by the tutor. As part of the learning materials students will also find course notes and chapter presentations in PDF format.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

I am a qualified accounting and finance professional with over twenty years of professional experience. I have been teaching accounting and finance courses for over fifteen years and have taught more than twenty thousand delegates including students, young accountants, chief accountant and finance managers.

ACCA Financial Management (FM)

Learn the fundamentals of Financial Management and get ready of the ACCA FM exam

Created by Anar Heydarov, ACCA - viralACCA.com

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Students: 136, Price: $74.99

Students: 136, Price:  Paid

This course helps students get prepared to ACCA Financial Management (FM/F9) exam effectively. In general, any individual can learn a great deal of financial management from the content of this course.

The course follows the standard curriculum set by ACCA Global and is based on an approved tuition provider - BPP books.

Full theory coverage and practical references help students succeed in their ACCA Financial Management (FM) exams.

Your questions are always answered by your instructor who has been an ACCA member since 2013 and has recently been named a Fellow Member of the ACCA.

ACCA MA (F2) A Complete Course on Management Accounting

Management Accounting - ACCA MA (F2) - CIMA (CO1) - CA – CAT

Created by Syed Muhammad Ali Shah - Teaching Accounting and Finance for Over Fifteen Years

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Students: 130, Price: $39.99

Students: 130, Price:  Paid

COURSE DESCRIPTION – Last updated  17.03.2021

WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR:

This course is for anyone and for everyone who wants to learn management accounting, costing, budgeting, planning and measuring financial performance. The course is aimed to help young accountants as well students to pass their exams, especially ACCA MA (F2) and other students completing their CIMA qualification, CA, BBA and MBA

COURSE OVERVIEW This course is focused on teaching students and young accountants the Cost and Management Accounting. It covers all the academic and theoretical topics of management accounting which are actively used in the real life. Students as well as working accountants can equally benefit from this course.
At the end of the course you can confidently claim to have complete knowledge of Cost and Management Accounting Fundamentals.

WHAT WILL BE COVERED

- Accounting for management
- Sources of data
- Presenting information
- Cost classification
- Cost behaviour
- Forecasting
- Summarising and analysing data
- Accounting for materials
- Accounting for labour
- Accounting for overheads
- Absorption and marginal costing
- Process costing
- Process costing, joint products and by-products
- Job, batch and service costing
- Alternative costing principles
- Budgeting
- The budgetary process
- Making budgets work
- Capital expenditure budgeting
- Methods of project appraisal
- Standard costing
- Cost variances
- Sales variances and operating statements
- Target setting
- Financial performance measurement
- Assessing non-financial performance

HOW ACCOUNTANTS CAN GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE:

In this course we start to learn accounting from very basics on how to record the financial transactions in accounting books, make the journals, ledgers, trails balance and finally the preparation and interpretation of financial statements.

HOW STUDENTS GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE

This course is created to help students pass their ACCA MA (F2) exam with high marks in the very first attempt. The list of topics (chapters) and their sequence is from BPP Learning Media which is considered as one of the world’s best publishers of accounting books.

However, students with other qualifications such as CIMA, CA, CAT, BBA or MBA can also get great value since the topics of Fundamentals of Financial Accounting remain same in all qualifications and degrees.

The course includes video tutorials for full syllabus coverage of ACCA F2 as well as videos for practice questions with solutions and explanation by the tutor. As part of the learning materials students will also find course notes and chapter presentations in PDF format.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

I am a qualified accounting and finance professional with over twenty years of professional experience. I have been teaching accounting and finance courses for over fifteen years and have taught more than twenty thousand delegates including students, young accountants, chief accountant and finance managers.

ACCA FM (F9) A Complete Course on Financial Management

Financial Management - From Basics to Expert

Created by Syed Muhammad Ali Shah - Teaching Accounting and Finance for Over Fifteen Years

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Students: 118, Price: $39.99

Students: 118, Price:  Paid

(Last updated on July 2021)

WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR:

· Students from ACCA FM (F9) CIMA F2, CIMA F3, BBA, MBA

· Accounting and Finance Professionals.

· Individuals and Business owners who want to understand the financial managements from basics to advance level.

COURSE OVERVIEW

The course begins with the very basics and then takes you to more detailed topics such as working capital management, investment appraisal in simple and complex scenarios, equity and debt instruments such as, shares, bonds, derivatives and other financial instruments.

Very smoothly the course takes you to advanced topics such as cost of capital, business valuations, foreign currency risks and exchange rate risk.

It is a complete guide kit for those who want to learn corporate finance or financial management. There are more than thirty-two hours of video lectures, including the explanation of theoretical concepts and examples and questions.

Average duration of each lecture is approximately twenty minutes in order to explain the topic and do few questions / examples to show the application of knowledge.

HOW ACCOUNTANTS CAN GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE:

This course is focused on teaching Financial Management to students and professionals.

It covers all the academic and theoretical topics of financial management which are actively used in the real life such as

1. Working Capital Management.

2. Capital Budgeting – Calculating NPV, IRR with Taxation and Inflation Impact

3. Specific Investment Decisions such as Lease or Buy

4. Capital Structure – Equity and Debt and Gearing

5. Cost of Capital

6. Business Valuation

7. Foreign Exchange Risk

8. Interest Rate Risk

At the end of the course you can confidently claim to have comprehensive knowledge of Financial Management.

HOW STUDENTS GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE

This course is created to help students pass their ACCA FM (F9) exam with high marks in the very first attempt. The list of topics (chapters) and their sequence is from BPP Learning Media which is considered as one of the world’s best publishers of accounting books.

However, students with other qualifications such as CIMA, CA, CAT, BBA or MBA can also get great value since the topics of Fundamentals of Financial Accounting remain same in all qualifications and degrees.

The course includes video tutorials for full syllabus coverage of ACCA FM (F9) as well as videos for practice questions with solutions and explanation by the tutor. As part of the learning materials students will also find course notes and chapter presentations in PDF format.

The aim of this training is to develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles, concepts and regulations relating to financial accounting and technical proficiency in the use of double-entry accounting techniques.

This training will help you to enhance your knowledge about accounting and build your career in any big companies by using these skills and knowledge. However, this international certificate can help youth to find proper jobs.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

I am a qualified accounting and finance professional with over twenty years of professional experience. I have been teaching accounting and finance courses for over fifteen years and have taught more than twenty thousand delegates including students, young accountants, chief accountant and finance managers.

Performance Mgt : PM (F5) | ACCA |Commerce|ACCAClasses|Cost

Performance Management (PM) | F5 | ACCA | Costing | ABC Costing| Marginal Absorption Costing |Throughput | Target | Life

Created by ACCA Classes - Team, ACCAClasses

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Students: 88, Price: $19.99

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ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants.

The syllabus for Performance Management (PM), builds on the knowledge gained in Management Accounting (MA) and seeks to examine candidates’ understanding of how to manage the performance of a business.

It also prepares candidates for more specialist capabilities which are covered in Advanced Performance Management (APM). The syllabus begins by focusing on the information needs, technologies and systems required by organisations to manage and measure performance in the modern, competitive environment.

It is vital for an accountant to understand how information systems and developments in technology influence the management accounting techniques employed and how vital information systems are in the mechanisms of managing and controlling an organisation.

The syllabus then introduces more specialised costing and management accounting topics. There is some knowledge assumed from Management Accounting (MA) – primarily overhead treatments. The objective here is to ensure candidates have a broader background in management accounting techniques. The syllabus then considers decision making.

Candidates need to appreciate the problems surrounding scarce resource, pricing and make-or-buy decisions, and how this relates to the assessment of performance. Risk and uncertainty are a factor of real-life decisions and candidates need to understand risk and be able to apply some basic methods to help resolve the risks inherent in decision-making.

Budgeting is an important aspect of many accountants’ lives. The syllabus explores different budgeting techniques and the problems inherent in them. The behavioural aspects of budgeting are important for accountants to understand, and the syllabus includes consideration of the way individuals react to a budget. The preparation of fixed, flexible and incremental budgets is assumed knowledge from Management Accounting (MA).

Standard costing and variances are then built on. All the variances examined in Management Accounting (MA) are assumed knowledge in Performance Management (PM). Mix and yield variances, and planning and operational variances are explored here and the link is made to performance management. It is important for accountants to be able to interpret the numbers that they calculate and ask what they mean in the context of performance.

The syllabus concludes with performance measurement and control. This is a major area of the syllabus. Accountants should appreciate the importance of both financial and nonfinancial performance measures in management and should also appreciate the difficulties in assessing performance in divisionalised businesses and the problems caused by failing to consider external influences on performance. This section leads directly to Advanced Performance Management (APM).

ACCA F1 (FAB/BT) – (Knowledge, Practice, MCQs) UNIT 1

Succeed in F1(FAB/BT) with Practice

Created by Rizwan M - Professional F1 Facilitator

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Students: 78, Price: $19.99

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Do you want to ace the ACCA F1(FAB/BT) course? This is the right program for you then. 

As F1 is a computer-based exam, more practice of Multiple Choice Questions ( MCQs) is vital in all the subject areas. This is a set up for making the students practice MCQs in ACCA F1 - Accountant in Business./(FAB/BT - Business Technology). More practice of these MCQs along with time-management practice will ensure success in F1 in first attempt.

The course gives you unit wise and topic wise detailed guidance followed by MCQs based quizes for practice from different sources to help you gain the knowledge and skill - and confidence, to score at least a PASS in this subject, if not a distinction.

I have divided the complete syllabus provided by ACCA into 4 main units. This course is the first unit of this series. At the end of the 4th unit, a complete MOCK Paper will be provided for practice on complete course.

ACCA – Taxation – A complete course

UK ACCA Taxation subject

Created by Navkar Digital Institute - We believe in the best

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Students: 24, Price: $89.99

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ACCA is one of the fastest growing association, of Chartered Accountants of UK. In this course, we are providing one of the subject, (Taxation) of its Second level called as Skill Level. The aim of the syllabus is to develop knowledge and skills relating to the tax system as applicable to individuals, single companies, and groups of companies. The syllabus for Taxation - United Kingdom (TX-UK) introduces candidates to the subject of taxation and provides the core knowledge of the underlying principles and major technical areas of taxation as they affect the activities of individuals and businesses. On successful completion of this exam, candidates should be able to:

A. Explain the operation and scope of the tax system and the obligations of tax payers and/or their agents and the implications of non-compliance

B. Explain and compute the income tax liabilities of individuals and the effect of national insurance contributions (NIC) on employees, employers and the self-employed

C. Explain and compute the chargeable gains arising on individuals

D. Explain and compute the inheritance tax liabilities of individuals

E. Explain and compute the corporation tax liabilities of individual companies and groups of companies

F. Explain and compute the effects of value added tax on incorporated and unincorporated businesses

G. Demonstrate employability and technology skills

ACCA F2 Management Accounting – Cost Accounting Techniques

Case Study Model Course to equip for ACCA F2 Management Accounting Exam on Cost Accounting Techniques topic.

Created by Raja Natarajan, B.Com., PGDBA, FCA - Chartered Accountant

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Students: 22, Price: $89.99

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Welcome to this "ACCA F2 Management Accounting - Cost Accounting Techniques" course

This course is structured in a way to enable you to prepare for ACCA F2 Management Accounting exam.

By taking this course, you will be able to practice case studies in Cost Accounting Techniques topic. You will get exposure on

- Calculate Budgeted Level of Activity Units

- Computation of Absorption Costing Profit

- Computation of Marginal Costing Profit

- Computation of Cost per Unit of Service

- Computation of Inventory Levels

By taking this course you will gain absolute confidence and authority in Cost Accounting Techniques chapter. Please note, this course covers only the case studies to enable u to practice more.

Remember - practice makes a man perfect and this course will help you to achieve that perfection.

This course is structured in self-paced learning style. You can listen to course lectures any number of times as the course comes with lifetime access.

For effective listening, please use your headset. While watching lectures, please have a notepad and pen alongside, so that you can take notes of important points.

See you inside the course.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT [F9] ACCA

Financial Management

Created by Dhruv Kumar - Association of Chartered Certified Accountant

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Students: 20, Price: $19.99

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Working Capital Management module is part of ACCA paper Financial management.  [Reference - BPP Material].

The module consists of three chapter which includes:

1. Working capital

  • The nature of working capital

  • Objectives of of working capital management

  • Roles of working capital management

  • The cash operating cycle

  • Liquidity ratios

2.  Managing working capital

  • Managing inventories

  • Managing accounts receivable

  • Managing accounts payable

3. Working capital finance

  • The management of cash

  • Cash flow forecasts

  • Treasury management

  • Cash management models

  • Investing surplus cash

  • Working capital funding strategies

ACCA F9 Financial Management – Investment Appraisal

Case Study model course to equip you to prepare for ACCA F9 Financial Management Exam

Created by Raja Natarajan, B.Com., PGDBA, FCA - Chartered Accountant

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Students: 18, Price: $89.99

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Welcome to this "ACCA F9 Financial Management - Investment Appraisal " course

This course is structured in a way to enable you to prepare for ACCA F9 Financial Management exams.

By taking this course, you will be able to practice case studies in Investment Appraisal Topic. You will get exposure on

- Computation of Relevant Cash flow

- Evaluation of Lease Vs Borrow & Buy Option

- Computation of Equivalent Annual Cost and Evaluation

- Calculate net present value and discuss its usefulness as an investment appraisal method.

- Computation of Nominal Cash Flows & Real Cash Flows

By taking this course you will gain absolute confidence and authority in Investment appraisal technique chapter. Please note, this course covers only the case studies to enable u to practice more.

Remember - practice makes man perfect and this course will help you to achieve that perfection.

This course is structured in self-paced learning style. You can listen course lectures any number of times as the course comes with life time access.

For effective listening, please use your headset. While watching lectures, please have a notepad and pen alongside, so that you can take notes of important points.

See you inside the course.

Basics of Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis

Learn Basics of Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis through key Financial Ratios in one hour.

Created by Mane Demirchyan, ACCA - Financial Manager/Management Accounting/ACCA

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Students: 6, Price: $29.99

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Accounting is the process of recording, reporting and analyzing financial information. Without accounting business owners will not be able assess whether their business is profitable or not, whether there are enough funds for new investments, which products are most profitable. Without accounting investors and bankers will not be able to asses whether the company will be able to return loans and make payments to investors, tax authorities will not be able to define tax liabilities of companies. Accounting enables users of financial information to assess the performance of company over the period of a time.

During this course we will review basics of bookkeeping, debits and credits, financial accounting principles, substance of main elements of accounting (Assets, Liabilities, Equity, Income and Expenses), type and nature of Financial Statements, as well as key financial ratios which are used for analysis of Financial Statements. At the end of the course we will have a Case Study with detailed analysis of financial ratios performed based on sample Financial Statements.

Course is designed for beginners in Accounting and Finance fields, small and medium entrepreneurs, business owners who would like to gain understanding of Financial Accounting principles and apply this knowledge to manage their business in more efficient way.

Capital Structure and Finance Cost

UK ACCA FFA/FA Chapter 7

Created by Navkar Digital Institute - We believe in the best

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Students: 1, Price: $19.99

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ACCA is one of the fastest growing association, of Chartered Accountants of UK. In this course, we are providing one of the subject, (Financial Accounting) of its first level called as Knowledge Level. Financial Accounting will cover how companies will maintain their books of Accounts. You'll develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles and concepts relating to financial accounting and technical proficiency in the use of double-entry accounting techniques, including the preparation of basic financial statements for single entities and simple groups. You'll also be introduced to basic techniques of interpretation of financial statements. Financial accounting is the process of recording, summarizing and reporting a company's business transactions through financial statements. These statements are: the income statement, the balance sheet, the cash flow statement and the statement of retained earnings. Using standardized guidelines, the transactions are recorded, summarized, and presented in a financial report or financial statement such as an income statement or a balance sheet. This subject will guide you regarding Book-keeping methodologies, and to provide professional consultancy regarding maintenance of Books of Accounts. Financial Accounting is a subject which covers various topics related to Financial Reporting. In this course, You will be studying Chapter 13 - Capital Structure and Finance Costs

Audit and Assurance AA – Audit and Assurance – Part 4

Audit and Assurance Practice Test Questions for students of ACCA, ICAEW, CPA, CA, CMA, MBA, BBA, BS Finance etc.

Created by Compliance Security and Risk Management - Compliance, IS Security and Risk Management

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Are you a students of ACCA, ICAEW, CPA, CA, MBA, BS Finance or B COM and studying Audit subject? Or are you willing to learn about the Audit and Assurance subject?

These practice test questions are for you.

Audit is the official examination of financial statements, financial records and related information of the company. Audit is performed by auditor of the company who after audit process issues its Audit Report for consideration of shareholders of the company. Audit completion is an important part of the overall audit process and this is one of the favorites topics of the examiners as well.

This course is mainly focused on Audit process and conclusion including audit opinions and reporting. The core topics which are covered in this course are mentioned below:

Audit and Assurance Topics Covered:

These practice test questions are designed around the following topics of Audit and Assurance AA:

  • Audit Process and Assurance

  • Materiality

  • Written Representations

  • Events after Balance Sheet Date (Reporting Date)

  • Audit Completion

  • Audit Opinions

  • Audit Reporting

Benefits of this course:

These practice test questions will help you, in testing your knowledge and understanding about Audit and Assurance subject. These questions are also useful to revise the topics before final examination.

The questions designed are in MCQs format, where best answer / correct answer is to be chosen for each question.   

Who should enroll:

  • ACCA students

  • CA students

  • BS, BBA students

  • Bachelors in Commerce B com students

  • CSS students

  • Others who want to learn audit 

ACCA FM (F9): Comprehensive Revision | Financial Management

Comprehensive Revision covering entire syllabus by providing a clear explanation for 120+ OT and 6 Constructed Questions

Created by Althaf Haaris ACCA | BSc (Hons) Applied Accounting - Lecturer

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About the Course

  • Investing your time in this Comprehensive Revision Course will enhance the chance of passing the ACCA FM (F9) exam in one go

  • The entire syllabus is covered by providing a clear explanation for 120+ OT Questions and 6 Constructed Questions

  • Extra tips are provided to pass the exam

Areas Covered

  • Financial Management Functions

  • Financial Management Environment

  • Working Capital Management

  • Investment Appraisal

  • Business Finance

  • Business Valuation

  • Risk Management

  • Employability and Technology Skill

About the Lecturer

  • I have been teaching ACCA, CIMA, Cambridge, Edexcel Curriculums and other accounting qualifications for plenty of years.

  • Well known among the students for formulating an easy and logical explanation for any complex concept, theory or calculation.

  • I have produced several World Prize Winners and Country Prize Winners in ACCA qualification.

This course is created to give you a comprehensive revision before sitting for the ACCA FM (F9) final exam. Therefore, well filtered 120+ OT Questions and 6 Constructed Questions have been obtained from BPP, Kaplan and Past Papers, to provide a comprehensive revision to you. This course is not only about a question discussion. By keeping the questions as a tool, most of the FM concepts are also explained for you to get a better understanding. Furthermore, very useful exam tips are also provided for you to be successful in the exam.

Interpretation of Financial Statement

UK ACCA FFA/FA Chapter 10

Created by Navkar Digital Institute - We believe in the best

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ACCA is one of the fastest growing association, of Chartered Accountants of UK. In this course, we are providing one of the subject, (Financial Accounting) of its first level called as Knowledge Level. Financial Accounting will cover how companies will maintain their books of Accounts. You'll develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles and concepts relating to financial accounting and technical proficiency in the use of double-entry accounting techniques, including the preparation of basic financial statements for single entities and simple groups. You'll also be introduced to basic techniques of interpretation of financial statements. Financial accounting is the process of recording, summarizing and reporting a company's business transactions through financial statements. These statements are: the income statement, the balance sheet, the cash flow statement and the statement of retained earnings. Using standardized guidelines, the transactions are recorded, summarized, and presented in a financial report or financial statement such as an income statement or a balance sheet. This subject will guide you regarding Book-keeping methodologies, and to provide professional consultancy regarding maintenance of Books of Accounts. Financial Accounting is a subject which covers various topics related to Financial Reporting. In this course, You will be studying Chapter 18 - Interpretation of Financial Statement