Corporate Finance #1 Introduction & Financial Statements

Corporate Finance #1 Introduction & Financial Statements

Corporate Finance #1 Introduction & Financial Statements

Learn the core concepts of corporate finance from a Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Language: english

Note: 4.6/5 (324 notes) 37,937 students

Instructor(s): Robert (Bob) Steele

Last update: 2022-07-08

What you’ll learn

  • What corporate finance is
  • How the field of corporate finance relates to accounting and economics
  • Different types of business entities
  • What financial statements are and how they are used

 

Requirements

  • None

 

Description

This course will cover the core concepts of corporate finance.

You will know the differences and similarities between the field of finance, accounting, and economics. Accounting is generally using past data to construct the financial statements in accordance with accounting standards. The financial statements are critical to the field of corporate finance but the the focus is different. Corporate finance will generally use data from the financial statements to make forecasts about future performance driving decision making.

Economics is a broader topic about the conditions of a market. Economics is also important to corporate finance because economic conditions must be estimated during the decision making process.

We will be able to list and discuss different forms of business organizations.

Learners will understand the primary financial statements including the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows. The financial statements are one of the primary tools used in corporate finance. They are generated from past data and we use then to make predictions about future performance.

The balance sheet tells us where we stand at a point in time, while the income statement gives us an idea of performance over a time range.

This course will include many practice problem examples, including examples using Excel worksheets. Excel worksheets will be provided that generally have at least two tabs, one with the answer, the other being preformatted allowing learners to work the practice problems in a step-by-step format along with instructional videos.

 

Who this course is for

  • Students
  • Business professionals

 

Course content

  • Introduction
    • 110 Finance, Accounting, & Economics
    • 115 Finance Topics & Activities
    • 120 Types of Business Organizations
    • 125 Financial Management Goals
    • 130 Financial Markets
  • Financial Statements
    • 205 Financial Statements Overview
    • 210 Balance Sheet Introduction
    • 215 Balance Sheet Continued
    • 220 Income Statement Overview
    • 225 Income Statement Continued
    • 230 Statement of Retained Earnings
    • 235 Statement of Cash Flows
  • Practice Probs – Financial Statements
    • OneNote Resource
    • 211 Earnings Per Share & Gross Profit
    • 214 Operating Income
    • 215 Income Statement Accounts
    • 216 Make an Income Statement
    • 218 Make an Income Statement Including Earning Per Share
    • 223 Balance Sheet Current Noncurrent Classification
    • 224 Balance Sheet & Income Statement Classification
    • 225 Balance Sheet Alternative Formats
    • 227 Retained Earnings & Earnings Per Share
    • 230 Cash Flow Based on Account Activity
    • 231 Depreciation and Cash Flow Statement
    • 232 Free Cash Flow
    • 233 Book Value Per Share
    • 234 Book Value Per Share Earnings Per Share PE Ratio
    • 237 Financial Statements Creation
    • 238 Statement of Cash Flows
  • Excel Probs – Financial Statement
    • 211 Earnings Per Share & Gross Profit
    • 214 Operating Income
    • 215 Income Statement Account Order
    • 216 Make an Income Statement
    • 218 Make an Income Statement Including Earning Per Share
    • 220 Income Statement with Expense Unknown & Tax & Interest Expense Calculations
    • 223 Balance Sheet Current Noncurrent Classification
    • 224 Balance Sheet & Income Statement Classification
    • 225 Balance Sheet Alternative Formats
    • 226 Increase in Retained Earnings & Earnings Per Share
    • 227 Retained Earnings & Earnings Per Share
    • 228 Earning Per Share & Price to Earnings Ratio
    • 230 Cash Flow Based on Account Activity
    • 231 Depreciation and Cash Flow Statement
    • 232 Free Cash Flow
    • 233 Book Value Per Share
    • 234 Book Value Per Share Earnings Per Share PE Ratio
    • 235 Book Value Per Share Earnings Per Share PE Ratio # 2
    • 237 Financial Statements Creation
    • 238 Statement of Cash Flows

 

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