New York Institute of Finance

Introduction to Financial Accounting

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Apr 20—21, 2020
2 days
New York, New York, United States
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About the course

Learn the general principles of accrual accounting and apply basic accounting procedures to create the three major financial statements.

CURRICULUM

Day 1

MODULE 1: ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS

  • Introduction to financial accounting
  • Balance sheet equations
  • Types of ownership
  • Function of an audit

MODULE 2: MEASURING INCOME

  • The income statement
  • Revenue recognition and the matching concept
  • Relationship between balance sheet and income sheet
  • Statement of retained earnings
  • Earnings per share

MODULE 3: RECORDING TRANSACTIONS

  • Explain the double entry accounting system
  • Analyze and journalize transactions
  • Post journal entries to the ledgers
  • Prepare and use a trial balance
  • Explain the accounting adjustments required at the end of the fiscal period

Day 2

MODULE 1: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT FORMATS

  • Adjustments to accounts
  • Implicit transactions
  • Classified balance sheet
  • Income statement
  • Case study - Goodyear, Inc. balance sheet and income statement

MODULE 2: ACCOUNTING FOR SALES

  • Revenue recognition
  • Revenue measurement
  • Credit sales and accounts receivable
  • Assessing level of accounts receivable

MODULE 3: CASH FLOW

  • Purpose of the statement of cash flows
  • Types of cash flow
  • Preparing the statement of cash flows

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

REAL WORLD EXAMPLES AND JOURNAL ENTRIES FOR BASIC ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES

  • Describe the components of the balance sheet
  • Analyze the effect of transactions on the balance sheet equation
  • Explain how accountants measure income
  • Determine when a company should record revenue from a sale
  • Use the concept of matching to record expenses for the period
  • Demonstrate how an income statement is related to a balance sheet
  • Explain the double entry accounting system
  • Analyze and journalize transactions
  • Explain the role of adjustments in accrual accounting
  • Describe and prepare a classified balance sheet
  • Describe and prepare an income statement
  • Describe and prepare a cash flow statement

Who should attend

Anyone with an interest in financial accounting

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