Financial Accounting Expert


Financial accounting is the process by which an organization’s revenue, receivables, and expenses are collected, measured, recorded and finally reported. This process is designed to accurately reflect business activity, help companies meet legal, fiscal and statutory requirements, present financial accounts to business owners, allow for in-depth financial analysis, and facilitate efficient resource allocation. As per Wasp Barcode report, the top accounting challenges facing SMBs are accounts receivables/collections (51%), cash flow (44%), paperwork (33%), closing the books each monthly (28%), payroll management (27%).

  • As per the report from AccountingWeb, almost 2 million Financial Accounting professionals will be required in next 4 years. More new companies means more financial records to be analyzed and reported. 
  • Once a private company goes public with IPO, the amount of financial reporting increases substantially. Doing business overseas means complying with multiple tax codes. There are issues related to M&A and trade. 
  • Accounting Today report says, the number of auditors will grow from 1.2 million to 1.44 million by the year 2020. 
  • Within the next eight years, the global market for accounting software will have a value of $11.8 billion.

As per the report published by Sage Practice, more than 90% of accountants feel that there is a cultural shift in accountancy that leans toward technological adoption. Also, 21% of accountants believe that market demands are driving the cultural shift in accountancy. Other drivers include regulations (16%), ongoing digitization (15%), generational changes (13%), Client demands (13%), and investments to keep pace (12%). PWC says, more than 25% of accounting professionals lack the skills or expertise to make greater use of data.

Vidya Mentors Financial Accounting Expert program introduces the principles of financial accounting, and will allow learners to demonstrate technical proficiency in the use of double-entry techniques, including the preparation and interpretation of basic financial statements for sole traders, partnerships and companies.

Curriculum Highlights

  • GAAP and IFRS
  • Double Entry Accounting
  • Secondary Books
  • Trial Balance
  • Final Accounts
  • Company Accounting
  • Partnership Accounts
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Funds Flow Analysis
  • Cash Flow Analysis
  • Marginal Costing and Break Even Analysis
  • Budgetary Control
  • Taxes and Audit

Key Features

  • Industry recognized trainers
  • Edge-of-your-seat online learning
  • Live sessions by experts on industry topics
  • One-on-one discussion and feedback sessions 
  • Global peer collaboration and networking
  • Real-world, case-based learning
  • Hands-on learning and Hackathons
  • Capstone Project and Live Projects
  • Job assistance, Placement drives
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