Have you ever had to make a really tough business decision? They can be hard to make, especially since a bad decision can ruin a company. Fortunately there is a way to make a more informed and better business decision; by analyzing your company's financial statements. They contain information that can help you improve your company's efficiency and overall effectiveness. Cash flow statement analysis focuses on determining your company's ability in the following four areas: (1) ability to meet short-term obligations and to efficiently generate revenue, (2) ability to generate future revenues and meet long-term obligations, (3) ability to provide financial rewards and attract and retain financing, and (4) ability to generate positive market expectations.
Individuals who require knowledge of the basics of accounting, who are starting a business or interested in becoming a partner, who are learning to manage the accounting activities of a business, and who need to review accounting principles and procedures. Shareholders or people who are interested in becoming a shareholder can also benefit from this course.