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سرفصل های دوره:

  • اهمیت جریان وجوه نقد
  • محاسبه درآمد خالص
  • مشکلات جریان نقدی
  • بررسی جریان های نقدی
  • نحوه گردش وجوه نقد
  • کار با جریان های نقدی
  • استفاده از ترازنامه
  • تفسیر جریان های نقدی
  • نحوه گرفتن وام
  • کار با برنامه های کاربردی
  • تبدیل درآمد به صورت سود
  • تفاوت بین درآمد خالص و جریان نقدی
  • گردش نقدی داده ها
  • استفاده از وجوه نقدی
  • نحوه حسابداری
  • تعریف عملیات زیان آور
  • کار با مشکلات جریان نقدی
  • مدیریت وجوه نقد
  • مدیریت سرمایه گذاری
  • مدیریت مالی
  • کار با شرکت Exxon Mobil
  • کار با شرکت General Motors
  • کار با شرکت Apple
  • و…

عنوان دوره: Lynda Running a Profitable Business: Understanding Cash Flow
مدت زمان: 1 ساعت و 53 دقیقه
نویسنده: Jim Stice and Kay Stice


Lynda Running a Profitable Business: Understanding Cash Flow

Jim Stice and Kay Stice
1h 53m
Appropriate for all

The cash flow statement is one of the three primary financial statements, but because it has only been around since 1988, many traditional business analysis models don't include it. And improper cash flow can mean the death of a business. This course reviews all the important topics you need to know for proper cash flow management and analysis. Professors Jim and Kay Stice review the difference between net income and operating cash flow, show how to interpret a cash flow statement, introduce the Jim Stice operating cash flow matrix, and describe some real cash flow catastrophes and triumphs at companies such as General Motors and Home Depot.
Want to hear more from Jim and Kay? Learn about all three types of accounting financial, managerial, and income tax in their Accounting Fundamentals course.
Topics include:
Differentiating between net income and operating cash flow
Categorizing cash flow
Using financial data to deduce cash flow
Managing operating, investing, and financing cash flows
Typical cash flow patterns
Converting net income into operating cash flow
Improving operating cash flow

1m 49s
1m 49s
1. The Importance of Cash Flow Analysis
14m 48s
Home Depot 1985: Three weeks to live
2m 48s
Net income is not the same as operating cash flow
6m 27s
Cash flow problems kill companies
5m 33s
2. Overview of the Statement of Cash Flows
22m 9s
Introduction to the statement of cash flows
1m 39s
Overview of the statement of cash flows
2m 27s
Practice categorizing cash flows
6m 39s
Using balance sheet and income statement data to deduce cash flows
5m 52s
Interpreting Walmart's statement of cash flows
5m 32s
3. Using Cash Flow Data to Make a Loan Decision
13m 28s
Mortgage loan application
2m 3s
Company A: Help!
4m 13s
Company B: Strange
2m 4s
Company C: Normal
2m 38s
Company D: Cash cow
2m 30s
4. Converting Income Statement Data into Operating Cash Flow Data
26m 5s
The Jim Stice operating cash flow matrix
1m 59s
Using cash flow data to highlight important accounting assumptions: direct
4m 4s
Using cash flow data to highlight important accounting assumptions: indirect
6m 44s
Operating cash flow data as an IPO reality check
5m 30s
Usefulness of operating cash flow data when large losses are reported
4m 17s
Operating cash flow problems from high growth
3m 31s
5. Managing Cash Flow
16m 52s
The Home Depot story revisited
2m 34s
Managing operating cash flow
5m 24s
Managing investing cash flow
4m 59s
Managing financing cash flow
3m 55s
6. Cash Flow Numbers for Some Real Companies
16m 9s
Tough times in 2008, except for Exxon Mobil
2m 21s
The recent financial history of General Motors summarized in free cash flow
4m 49s
Apple: Cash flow data help unravel accounting issues
5m 3s
The danger of free cash flow
3m 56s
2m 36s
2m 36s