Financial Accounting: Balance Sheet Analysis (CPA)

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UPDATED 2024: Balance Sheet Analysis is one of the fundamental tasks of the financial accounting process. But it can be difficult to get a grasp on. So, in this course, you will explore issues like data auditing and other important facets of classifying different revenues and expenses on the balance sheet. Course Type: Business Simulation. Worth 2 Technical CPE Credits (CPA/NASBA).

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2 CPE Credits
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Learning Objectives

  • Explain various categories associated with balance sheet analysis
  • Correctly make adjustments to a balance sheet
  • Understand the importance of expenses to the balance sheet
  • Describe how revenue allocation and valuing assets play into the process of creating the balance sheet

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Field of Study: Accounting - Prerequisites & Advanced Preparation: None - CPE Credit Type: Technical - Delivery Method: QAS Self Study - For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaint and refund, please contact our Customer Success team at support@vtrpro.com or visit our Help webpage.

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