Accounting is the language of business, providing a framework for capturing business transactions.
Defined as "the process of identifying, measuring, and communicating economic information to permit judgments and decisions by users of the information", Accounting can sound pretty dry. In reality, learning how to interpret the true story behind business financial information is exciting and invaluable to the future of your career.
Basic Financial Accounting will show you how the accountant thinks about transactions. This knowledge will help you decipher the risk behind a financial statement.
The skills you will attain:
- Define and apply financial and managerial terms
- Summarize financial concepts and principals
- Analyze, record, and report transactions
- Use cost information to support operating decisions and strategic decisions regarding customers
There is a story behind every financial statement. Find out if that story is good or bad by attending Basic Financial Accounting.
Begins Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Every Wednesday Night for 10 weeks
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
CMA Member $525 per person
Non Member $575 per person
230 Ryan Way
South San Francisco, CA