Finance For Non Financials

Finance For Non Financials

Finance For Non Financials

Finance For Non Financials

If you're looking to grow your career and take on greater responsibility within your organization, you'll need to demonstrate a basic understanding of financial management—even if you're not in a financial role. You don't have to be a numbers person! You just have to appreciate their role in business. In this course, accounting professor Jim Stice helps you develop the financial acumen necessary to:

Interpret financial reports and make decisions based on available data
Manage inventory and receivables
Create an accurate budget
Cost a product or service
Analyze customers
Understand your income taxes
Communicate your contribution to the bottom line

About The Author 

Jim Stice is a professor of accounting at BYU. He teaches employees of multinational corporations about business accounting.

James D. Stice, PhD, is the Distinguished Teaching Professor of Accounting in the School of Accountancy at BYU. Professor Stice has been at BYU since 1988. He has co-authored three accounting textbooks and published numerous professional and academic articles. In addition, Professor Stice has been involved in executive education for Ernst & Young, Bank of America Corporation, International Business Machines Corporation, RSM McGladrey, and AngloGold Limited and has taught at INSEAD (in both France and Singapore) and CEIBS (in China). He has been recognized for teaching excellence by his department, his college, and the university. Professor Stice currently serves on the board of directors of Nutraceutical International Corporation.

Professor Jim Stice received a PhD from the University of Washington as well as master's and bachelor's degrees from BYU, all in accounting.



Course Intro Video


    1. purpose of finance

    2. entrepreneurs investors & facilitators

    3. what is accounting

    1. overview of financial statements

    2. Balance Sheet

    3. Income Statement

    4. Statement of Cash Flows

    1. What Is Financial Ratio Analysis

    2. Return On Equity

    3. The Duepont Framework

    4. The Duepont Framework : Ford and Gereral Motor

    5. What Is The Next Step In The Analysis

    1. The Operating Cycle

    2. Cash Management

    3. Managing Receivable And Inventory

    1. Considering All Of Your Costs

    2. How to Calculate You Break Even Point

    1. Drafting a Budget

    1. understanding incom taxes

    2. Tax Brackets

    3. Tax Deduction And Tax Credit


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