Published: March, 2022
The term current assets will represent all the assets of the firm that are expected to be easily sold, utilized, consumed, or exhausted through the company’s or standard business operations which can lead to their conversion into cash value within a single year.
The sub-division of financial statements and the valuation of assets are two of the most important elements in the development of modern financial statements. The purpose of this CPE course is to explore methods for the recognition, grouping, and valuation of assets on the balance sheet.
Speaker Jamie Pratt in this CPE webinar focuses on how companies manage and account for the primary current assets such as accounts receivable, inventory, and some investments.
Major topics highlighted in this Accounting CPE webinar:
This CPE course also provides a broad discussion of the general ways in which assets are depicted on financial statements. The financial statements and the footnotes of the companies featured in this course include Caterpillar Financial, Caterpillar Manufacturing, John Deere, Nordstrom, Yahoo, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon.
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Aug 5th, 2022
The materials were informative and the instructor was very good. However, the sheer volume of slides (647) made self-study more difficult than it needed to be.
Oct 11th, 2021
Very well presented but does not apply to me.