Accounting for Non-Accountants is specially designed to cater to non-accountants in need of practical, day-to-day accounting knowledge and skills needed to understand and interpret accounting reports used in making effective business decisions.
With financial reports becoming an increasingly invaluable tool for businesses, it is seen not only as a summary of statistics but as an instrument to analyze business operations based on their financial performance.
In this Budgeting & forecasting seminar, you will explore the basic essentials of budgeting including a generic step-by-step process. At the same time, you will also be enabled to explore newer developments that focus on the modern budgetary tools that have emerged during the last decade or so. Budgeting creates strong views among management professionals, with its real value and usefulness becoming grounds for debate.
Financial Analysis Tools and Techniques is developed specifically for key business decision-makers who have no formal financial background or training. You'll sit shoulder to shoulder with people just like you, the "movers and shakers" of your organizations. Lectures will be delivered in clear, easy-to-grasp terms by expert facilitators who are pros in conveying financial information in an understandable manner.
Aside from possibilities of power failure, system crashes, computer fraud and the like, payroll professionals should know how to deal with other aspects of payroll that no software alone can accomplish - especially since handling payroll goes beyond just the computation of wages and recordkeeping. Do you think you need more proactive measures to truly understand and effectively handle case-to-case payroll problems within your organization?