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"Financial professionals sometimes get so wrapped up in the preparation process that we forget how to step back and see what it all means. Learn how play detective and dissect the clues to what a business is experiencing by using financial statement analysis. We will review financial data from real organizations and practice calculating ratios, develop relationships and understand how the pieces all come together to tell us the story of a business. "

7/21/2015
When: 7/21/2015
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Where: Webcast/Webinar
Presenter: Alisa Lee Hunt
Contact: April Deneault
801-834-6634


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Financial professionals sometimes get so wrapped up in the preparation process that we forget how to step back and see what it all means. Learn how play detective and dissect the clues to what a business is experiencing by using financial statement analysis. We will review financial data from real organizations and practice calculating ratios, develop relationships and understand how the pieces all come together to tell us the story of a business.

 
Objectives:


    Identify what the balance sheet tells you about a company and why its categories are important in financial statement analysis.
    Determine a statement of cash flow's relationship to the other statements and understand its relationship to the big picture.
    Identify how to pull out major issues from an income statement.
    Determine how to better evaluate budget to actual reports.
    Identify what other information is key to understanding an organization's financial position.

Major Subjects:


    Income statement: What it brings to the table
    What a statement of cash flows tells us about the management of an organization
    The interrelationships of the numbers
    Reading and understanding budget to actual reports
    Other information necessary to tell the story of what an organization is doing
    Tips and ideas to use in tracking the story of your organization


    

Designed For:

CPAs and financial professionals.
 

Prerequisite: An understanding of financial statements and the interrelationships between the statements. as well as experience in preparing financial statements.

Advanced Prep:  None

Speaker: Alisa Lee Hunt

Vendor: CalCPA

Field of Study:    Management

Level:  Intermediate

CPE Credit: 8 Hours

Acronym:   FNSA

 

Registration Fees:

Members: $275

Nonmembers: $375

 

Meet the Speaker:

Alisa L. Hunt, CPA, is the president of Day 2 Day Business, Inc. a firm set up to assist clients with understanding financial information. After 15 years of practice in accounting where she discovered that a major problem was the communication of financial data and now she assists those in the financial world with communication of financial information to others. She has been teaching on the communication of financial information for the last several years and has spoken throughout the United States, in Canada and the United Kingdom. Alisa is a professor teaching accounting and business to undergraduate and graduate students in Connecticut. She teaches Finance, Accounting, Creativity, Diversity and Leadership classes.

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