Accounting: The Language of Business

This course presents how accounting provides financial information about a business or a nonprofit organization. Owners, managers, investors, and other interested parties need financial information in order to make decisions. Because accounting is used to communicate financial information, it is often called the "language of business."

Learning Objectives
Completion of this lesson will enable you to:

  1. Define accounting.
  2. Identify and discuss career opportunities in accounting.
  3. Identify the users of financial information.
  4. Compare and contrast the three types of business entities.
  5. Describe the process used to develop generally accepted accounting principles.
  6. Define the accounting terms unique to this course.

Training Format
Recorded online presentation

Note: You must have a high speed Internet connected computer with sound.

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30 Minutes

Free (although the course is free, you must register to attend)

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