Accounting

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Financial Statements Total: 7 units

Series to learn business basics in multiple languages. In this course, we will learn in Japanese the summary of the main financial statements, which are balance sheets, income statements and cashflow statements.

  • English editionJapanese editionSpanish editionLatin American Spanish editionFrench editionPortuguese editionChinese edition Introduction to Financial Statements

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What are Financial Statements Total: 6 units

For the business person, the basic knowledge on counting is needed. From the meaning and the essence, you will be able to comprehend the material in detail.

  • Japanese edition What are Financial Statements 1.Balance Sheet
  • Japanese edition What are Financial Statements 2.Income Statement
  • Japanese edition What are Financial Statements 3.Relation between B/S and P/L
  • Japanese edition What are Financial Statements 4.Assets
  • Japanese edition What are Financial Statements 5.Liabilities and Net Assets
  • Japanese edition What are Financial Statements 6.Revenues and Expenses

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How to Read Balance Sheet Total: 6 units

Talking about B/S, which is one of the main financial states, the way to read and understand it will be taught. As well for those who don't have previous knowledge, it is an easy to understand material.

  • Japanese edition How to Read Balance Sheet 1.Basics
  • Japanese edition How to Read Balance Sheet 2.Current Assets
  • Japanese edition How to Read Balance Sheet 3.Fixed Assets
  • Japanese edition How to Read Balance Sheet 4.Current Liabilities
  • Japanese edition How to Read Balance Sheet 5.Fixed Liabilities
  • Japanese edition How to Read Balance Sheet 6.Net Assets

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How to Read Income Statement Total: 5 units

The other main financial state is the P/L. With the QBL (Question Based Learning) method and with the usage of specific cases, everything will be explained clearly.

  • Japanese edition How to Read Income Statement 1.Basics
  • Japanese edition How to Read Income Statement 2.Sales and Cost of Sales
  • Japanese edition How to Read Income Statement 3.Selling, General and Administrative Expenses
  • Japanese edition How to Read Income Statement 4.Non-Operating Revenues and Expenses
  • Japanese edition How to Read Income Statement 5.Extraordinary Profits & Losses, and Taxes

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Structure of Cash Flow Statement Total: 5 units

Significance, structure and details of each section of the Cash Flow Statement are explained in a comprehensive manner.

  • Japanese edition Structure of Cash Flow Statement 1.Basics
  • Japanese edition Structure of Cash Flow Statement 2.Overall Structure
  • Japanese edition Structure of Cash Flow Statement 3.Details of Each Section
  • Japanese edition Structure of Cash Flow Statement 4.How to Compute
  • Japanese edition Structure of Cash Flow Statement 5.Significance of the Statement

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How to Make a Cash Flow Statement Total: 5 units

We will learn how to make cash flow statements by applying direct and indirect methods.
Understand the meaning and the process of making cash flow statements as well as balance sheets and income statements.

  • Japanese edition How to Make a Cash Flow Statement 1.Before Preparing
  • Japanese edition How to Make a Cash Flow Statement 2.Operating Activities (1)
  • Japanese edition How to Make a Cash Flow Statement 3.Operating Activities (2)
  • Japanese edition How to Make a Cash Flow Statement 4.Investing and Financing Activities
  • Japanese edition How to Make a Cash Flow Statement 5.Prepared by Direct Method

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Management by Cash Flow Total: 5 units

As one of the criteria for investment, we often use cash flows.
We will learn the principal methods for investment and concepts of free cash flows and present values by using simple cases.

  • Japanese edition Management by Cash Flow 1.Free Cash Flow
  • Japanese edition Management by Cash Flow 2.Basics of Investment
  • Japanese edition Management by Cash Flow 3.NPV Method
  • Japanese edition Management by Cash Flow 4.IRR Method
  • Japanese edition Management by Cash Flow 5.When Investing

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Analysis of Cash Flow Statement Total: 5 units

Further to the well-known financial analysis by balance sheets and income statements, we have another way of analyzing financial conditions by using cash flows.
We will explain its principal indicators and how to calculate them in a comprehensive manner.

  • Japanese edition Analysis of Cash Flow Statement 1.Basics of Financial Analysis
  • Japanese edition Analysis of Cash Flow Statement 2.Profitability
  • Japanese edition Analysis of Cash Flow Statement 3.Fluidity
  • Japanese edition Analysis of Cash Flow Statement 4.Relating to Stockholders
  • Japanese edition Analysis of Cash Flow Statement 5.Relating to Investment

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Accounting Journal Entries Total: 5 units

Explained clearly, we will talk about business activities and we will summarize the contents related to financial states using the QBL method, until the students are able to think by themselves, which will result in a full understanding of counting contents.

  • Japanese edition Accounting Journal Entries 1.Basics
  • Japanese edition Accounting Journal Entries 2.B/S and Journal Entries (1)
  • Japanese edition Accounting Journal Entries 3.B/S and Journal Entries (2)
  • Japanese edition Accounting Journal Entries 4.P/L and Journal Entries (1)
  • Japanese edition Accounting Journal Entries 5.P/L and Journal Entries (2)

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Last updated 11/20/2018 |