Accounting for Non-Accountants 2021 - Package

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Purchase this 2 part webinar series as a package and save 10%.

Valued at $430 + GST, you get both/all webinars for just $387 + GST.

 

Accounting for Non-Accountants 2021 - Part 1

Wed 26 May 2021, 10:30 AM NZST - 12:00 PM NZST

Taking you through key financial reports and common accounting terms used

This webinar is designed for those who have had limited or no experience with financial statements and trying to interpret financial information.

It is a practical session that will take you through an example set of financial statements explaining the key components of each and demonstrating how the various reports link. It will also explain what areas to look at when evaluating profitability, efficiency, and financial stability and go over common accounting terms and phrases not always understood by non-accountants.

Topics covered are:

  • Examples of what is recorded as an asset, liability, equity, revenue and expenses
  • Individual reports within a set of financial statements and what each report is telling you
  • Common terminology used in financial statements

An overview of common ratios and percentages that can be applied to various parts of the financial statements to provide insight into financial performance and trends.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Develop a good working knowledge on how to interpret financial statements.

SUITED TO

This webinar would suit:

  • People with very little knowledge on understanding and interpreting financial information
  • Owners of businesses who want to better understand their financial accounts and how to use them to evaluate business performance
  • Those who use financial statements to assess eligibility for credit, finance applications, grant eligibility and the like.

PRESENTER

Jo-Anne Randall, Director, Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Auckland Ltd.

 

Accounting for Non-Accountants 2021 - Part 2

Tue 15 June 2021, 10:30 AM NZST - 12:00 PM NZST

An introduction to ratio and breakeven analysis

This webinar is designed for those who have had limited or no experience with financial analysis. It will explain common ratio and percentage calculations that can be applied to financial information to evaluate financial performance trends, profitability, along with financial stability; and includes understanding aspects of interest to banks and other lending institutions.

It is a practical session that will take you through examples of how to calculate the ratios and percentages covered and provide worked examples on how to perform breakeven analysis.

Topics covered are:

  • Calculation of ratios and percentages, what they mean and when they are best used.
  • The difference between mark up and margin
  • Breakeven analysis
  • Discounting and understanding the impact this has on net profit

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Develop an understanding on how to use accounting information to make business decisions and evaluate business performance.

SUITED TO

This webinar would suit:

  • Owners of businesses who wanting to understand how to use financial information to improve business performance
  • Those involved in setting up Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) for businesses and need to understand what the different ratios and percentages are highlighting

People looking to extend their knowledge on how to evaluate the financial performance of a business.

PRESENTER

Jo-Anne Randall, Director, Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Auckland Ltd.

 

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3 CPD Hours

  • Package
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    • $387.00 excl. GST

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