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Basics of Accounting
This course introduces the viewer to the most important principles in accounting. This course is also designed for corporate or legal professionals to be able to better work with corporate accounting departments. While this course is complicated and requires some understanding of mathematical principles, it is an introductory level course in that no prior background or experience in accounting is required.
Basics of Federal Income Taxation
This course provides an overview of how income is calculated and taxed on the federal level and helps prepare students for more advanced courses in taxation.
State and Local Taxation
This course provides an overview of common state and local tax policies, as well as how state and local tax laws work alongside the federal tax code. This is a beginner-level course and no prior knowledge of law or taxation is required.
Introduction to Financial Mathematics: Concepts and Computational Methods
Introduction to Financial Mathematics: Concepts and Computational Methods serves as a primer in financial mathematics with a focus on conceptual understanding of models and problem solving. It includes the mathematical background needed for risk management, such as probability theory, optimization, and the like.
Intermediate Financial Accounting Volume 1
The book provides a review of Introductory Accounting concepts and covers all topics essential to a first level Intermediate Accounting course: the conceptual framework and current landscape of financial reporting; statements of financial position, comprehensive income, cash flows and shareholders' equity; cash and receivables; revenue; inventory; property plant and equipment; intangible assets; and intercorporate investments.
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