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Financial Statement Analysis: Unraveling the Mystery For Management Webinar


July 6
11:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

CPE Credits



PICPA Member: $295 | Nonmember: $400

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Experience in business unit reporting.


Identify the basics of financial statements and financial reporting.Recognize the power of routine financial statement analysis.Determine the connection between analysis and action.Recall how you can impact the standard setting process.Identify ten keys to accounting knowledge success.


Accounting and financial reporting seem like foreign languages to many non-financial professionals. Use this program to get all stakeholders on the same financial literacy page.Learn to communicate more effectively with the recipients of financial information by reviewing the basics of financial statements and financial reporting. Build an understanding of the power of routine financial statement analysis. Discover the connection between analysis and action, and learn how this can impact your bottom line.Every financial professional can benefit from this course. Invite your non-financial boss to join you at this informative session. Enhance your reputation as a value-added contributor to your company's bottom line success.


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