Financial Statement Analysis

This Matrix signature Accounting course is developed for the business owners, entry-level accounting professionals, and students to learn accounting in the new way. Accounting subject can be a headache for many people seeing it for the first time. This is because accounting is an abstract subject that requires a lot of conceptualization and visualization. Matrix develops this new course using a new learning method through a storyline and cases to see Accounting better from a new perspective.


• Learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, as well as how to analyze and record financial transactions
• Get hands-on experience with handing accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities
• Learn about writing checks, preparing an income statement, and closing out accounts at the end of a fiscal period
• Learn everything you need to know to better manage your finances
• Gain a solid understanding of accounting basics to be able to manage business finances or advance your career
• Open the door to more career opportunities in the in- demand field of accounting and finance
• Learn the use of Accounting Software

Financial Statement Analysis

1. Profit vs. Cash
2. Type of Industry and Nature of Business
3. Daily Balance Recording
4. Account Head Categorization
5. Construction for Chart of Account
6. Double Entry
7. Voucher Making
8. Accounting Treatments (Depreciation, Goodwill)
9. Journal, Ledger, Trial Balance,
10. Key Financial Statements
11. Cost Accounting
12. Management Accounting
13. Payroll, Social Security, Contracts
14. Different Taxes
15. Accounting Software
16. Asset Accounting
17. Breakeven, Budgeting

Financial Statement Analysis

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