Corporate Finance 3 Forecasting Budgeting
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Category: Tutorials | Date: 11-Jun-2021
Corporate Finance #3 Forecasting & Budgeting
Corporate Finance #3 Forecasting & Budgeting
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz
Language: English | Size: 3.62 GB | Duration: 8h 29m

Learn how to forecast and budget from a certified public accountant (CPA)
What you'll learn
Forecasting objectives
How to construct a budget
How to create a proforma income statement
How to create a cash budget
Ho to make a proforma balance sheet
How to use a percent of sales method
Requirements
General finance foundation needed
Description
This course will cover the concepts of forecasting and budgeting from a finance perspective.

The course includes many example problems, both in presentation form, and many using Excel worksheets. Each Excel worksheet problem will include a able Excel worksheet that has at least two tabs, one having the answer, the second including a preformatted worksheet that can be populated in a step-by-step process along with the instructional video.
To forecast and budget we need to make predictions and projections about the future. This is often done by first taking information from the past as our starting point. The starting point will generally be our prior financial statements, including our prior balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows.
We will then consider changes that we expect to take place, including those we plan on making and changes to the economy and business environment.
When constructing our budgets will need to go in a systematic order. We usually need to start with a sales projection because other projections will depend on it.
Our budget process can then consider the production plan. We can then move to the capital budget, cash budget, and budgeted income statement. The budgeted income statement is our primary performance statement.
Once we have the bning balance sheet and the projected income statement, we can create the projected balance sheet, the statement representing where we expect to be at the end of the budgeted frame.
Who this course is for:
Students
Business professionals

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