Financial Statements for the Non-Financial Manager
July 20, 2011, May 11, September 23, 2010 at 1:30 pm ET
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Speaker: Dr. Bart Basi
Financial statements are complex. The rules and procedures that govern financial statements can be difficult for the non-financial manager and executive to understand. These rules and procedures are continually updated and tested, so that they give more relevant and reliable data to the investor and to company management.
Each value on the financial statements is calculated from many numbers which are necessary to accurately reflect the economic and financial reality of a business. Understanding company financial statements is critical for the success of your business and your ability to make business decisions.
Being empowered with knowledge of financial statements enables every business person to make better decisions and improve company profitability and cash flow. This webinar will explain the meaning and importance of the items on typical business entity financial statements in a way that managers and executives who are not in the financial areas of a business will understand.
Special Bonus for Participants!
After the webinar, participants will receive a hard cover copy of Dr. Bart Basi's book Accounting for the Non-Accountant and a DVD of this webinar at no extra charge.
- What information is contained in financial statements
- How to better understand income statements
- The balance sheet and its reflection of reality
- Why cash flow is important
- Specific items such as inventory methods and depreciation methods.
- Common tax issues
Who Should Attend
Non-financial managers and executives in all types of businesses will find this webinar to be a valuable learning tool.