Telephone Billing and Financial Accounting (London)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
En Central London (Inglaterra)

£8.000 - ($6.618.740)
+ IVA

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  • Training
  • Advanced
  • Central london (Inglaterra)
  • 60 horas de clase
  • Duración:
    10 Days
  • Cuándo:
    A definir
Descripción

Limited objectives: At the conclusion of development activities, delegates will be able to: Enter up the return inwards and returns outwards journals form source documents. Post the journal entries to the sale and purchase ledgers. Make out statements. Enter up the accounts for credit card transactions. Understand the need for internal checks Know what use may be of factoring.
Suitable for: Telephone billing accountants, Vice presidents of manufacturing and commercial businesses, Marketing, engineering and human resources managers, Project managers, Sales and marketing executives, Supply-stream professionals, Internal auditors, Public accountants, Assets accountants, Attorneys

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Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience

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Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Risk
Risk Analysis
Accounts
Budgeting
Financial Accounting
Cash Flow
Balance Sheet
Investment
Credit
Returns
Accounting
IT
Performance
Marketing
Sales
Accounting MBA
Financial
IT risk
Accountants
Financial Training
Sales Training
Budgetary control
Balanced Scorecard
Transfer Pricing
Income Statement
Cash Flow Statement
Annual Report and Financial Analysis
Break-Even Analysis
Capital Investment Decisions
Strategic Accounting
Competitive Advantage
Telephone Billing
Call Accounting Software
Refunds of Overpayment
Accounting Language and Terminology
Budgeting and Short-Term Planning
Financing the Business

Temario

Course Contents, Concepts and Issues:

  • The Billing Cycle
  • Calculations outside the billing period
  • The Return Journal Returns inwards and credit notes
  • Returns inwards journal
  • The Credit Note
  • General Ledger
  • Examples of Returns Outwards Journal
  • Sales Ledger Returns Outwards and Debit Notes
  • Returns Outwards Journal
  • Purchases Ledger
  • Double Entry and Returns
  • Returns Inwards and credit notes
  • Statements
  • Showing amount owing at the start of the month
  • Showing amount of each sales invoice sent to the debtor during the month
  • Showing credit notes sent to the debtor in the month
  • Cash and cheques received from the debtor during the month
  • Showing finally, the amount due from the debtor during the month
  • Calculation of the Effect of price Changes on the Median Bill
  • Calling Pattern
  • Decile Billing
  • Call Accounting Software
  • Refunds of overpayment
  • Market Based Transfer Pricing
  • Cost based transfer Pricing
  • New role for managers and management accounts in designing
  • Example of return inward journal
  • An example of returns inwards journal showing the items posted to the sales ledger and the general ledger is not shown;

The Accounting Environment

  • The uses and purpose of accounting
  • Users of accounting and financial information
  • Various groups of stakeholders: internal and external users
  • Accounting language and terminology Cash versus profit, accruals and monetary concepts
  • Profit and profitability Accounting Report and Statements

Statement 1: The balance sheet – the financial position

  • The structure of the balance sheet
  • What does the balance sheet tell us about the company?
  • Limitations of the conventional balance sheet

Statement 2: The profit and loss account (income statement) – financial performance

  • What is profit?
  • The structure of the profit and loss account
  • What does the profit and loss account tell us about the company
  • The links between profit and loss account and balance sheet

Statement 3: The cash flow statement – financial flow

  • Cash versus profit
  • What is included in the cash flow statement?
  • Why is cash flow so important?
  • The structure of the cash flow statement
  • The links between three accounting statements: the cash flow statement, profit and loss account and balance sheet

The annual report and financial analysis

  • The key elements of published reports and accounts
  • Ratio analysis: profitability; efficiency and performance; liquidity; investment; cash flow; the DuPont system
  • Cash versus profit as a measure of performance, EBITDA
  • Predicting business failure – the Altman Z-score
  • Sources of financial information
  • The use of non-financial information together with financial information

Break-even analysis: Cost/volume/profit analysis

  • Cost/volume/profit (CVP) relationships
  • Break-even analysis
  • Single and mixed products
  • The impact of cost structure changes
  • Limitations of CVP analysis

Budgeting

  • Purposes of budgeting
  • The budget process, including activity based budgeting
  • Uncertainty and risk – worst and best outcomes
  • Motivation and the behavioural aspects of budgeting
  • Problems in budgeting


Capital investment decisions

  • What is an investment?
  • Investment appraisal criteria and investment decisions
  • Time value of money
  • Free cash flows
  • Capital rationing and control of capital investment projects
  • Risk and uncertainty and decision-making – sensitivity analysis

Budgetary control
Organisational and accounting control systems

Internal and External Sources of Finance

  • Financing the business
  • Sources of finance
  • Gearing
  • Weighted average cost of capital (WACC)
  • Cost of debt and equity capital
  • Risk analysis and CAPM

Strategic accounting

  • Outline of strategic management accounting
  • Competitor information and strategic positioning
  • Competitive advantage
  • Strategic accounting systems, and the balanced scorecard
  • New role for managers and accountants

Información adicional

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute is registered with the UK Registry of Learning Providers (UKRLP) of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), formerly Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS). Its registration number is 10019585 and can be verified at http://www.ukrlp.co.uk/