Accounting and Finance Collection

Accounting and Finance Collection
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Accounting and Finance Clips 1: Accounts, Forecasting and Breakeven
Four film clips explain and illustrate key topics in finance using a variety of case study examples. Key Topics
  • Profit & Loss Account
  • Balance Sheet
  • Accounting
  • Forecasting
  • Breakeven
Accounting and Finance Clips 2: Sources Of Finance
Key Topics
  • Sources Of Finance
  • Internal v External Finance
  • Ownership
  • Start-up Capital
  • Investors
Accounting and Finance Clips 3: Budgeting
Clips explain and illustrate the importance of budgets and budgeting using a variety of case study examples. Key Topics
  • Budgets
  • Variance Analysis
  • Management Control
  • Forecasting
Accounting and Finance Clips 4: Cash Flow and Working Capital
Key Topics
  • Cash Flow
  • Working Capital
  • Cash Deficit
  • Debt Control
Accounting and Finance Clips 5: Investment Decisions and Contribution
Key Topics
  • Investment Appraisal
  • Payback
  • Decision-making
  • Contribution
  • Costs
  • Special Orders
Accounting and Finance Clips 6: Costs and Profit
Clips explain and illustrate costs and profit using a variety of case study examples. Key Topics
  • Costs
  • Profits
  • Profit Quality
  • Working Capital
  • Depreciation
Accounting and Finance Clips 7: Depreciation, Objectives and Strategy
Clips explain and illustrate key topics in finance using a variety of case study examples. Key Topics
  • Financial Objectives
  • Financial Strategy
  • Return On Capital Employed
  • Financial Targets
  • Depreciation
Finance In Business I
You can have a great product, great marketing ideas, but if you don't understand how finance works, you're in trouble. This is an entertaining guide to sources of finance for…
Financial Management
The film explains how two very different types of business manage their finances - high-flying salad bar chain Tossed and SRA, a social enterprise dedicated to helping people with mental…
Finance In Business II: Established Business
How does the established business get finance? Dave Nellist makes the points, illustrated by real-life case studies. SALES REVENUE is, of course, the best finance a business can have, because…
Basics of Finance 1: Are We Making A Profit?
A light-hearted case study offering a clear guide to the financial ideas businesspeople need to grasp. Jay's business, designing websites and CDs, is doing well. But then he meets an…
Basics of Finance 2: The Balance Sheet Explained
Jay expands his financial enlightenment. The profit and loss account (as described in The Basics Of Finance I: Are We Making A Profit) tells him a lot, but only the…

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Finance In Business I
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Planet Finance
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The Ascent of Money - The Financial History of the World
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Niall Ferguson seeks to explain the financial history of the world, exploring how our complex system of global finance evolved, how money has shaped the course of human affairs and how the mechanics of this economic system work to create seemingly unlimited wealth or catastrophic loss. Viewers learn economic fundamentals…