The main difference between cash accounting and accrual accounting is how revenue and expenses are recognized. This course briefly explains these accounting methods and describes how revenue and expenses are recognized in accrual accounting.
A summary of how depreciation and amortization work and how they show up on the financial statements.
The math behind calculations related to the time value of money, including calculations for interest rates, present and future value, annuities and perpetuities.
Valuation is one of the most fundamental concepts in corporate finance. This course describes the different measures of a company’s value, and the various techniques used to value businesses and their assets.