Combo: Making of Balance Sheet & Marginal Costing and Leverage Analysis

 21,500.00 (+ 18% GST)

In this combo pack, Dr Anil Lamba has crafted the foundations of finance in an easy-to-understand set of modules. Learn the basic concepts of the balance sheet through easy-to-understand modules, crafted to improve your knowledge needed to make good financial decisions. Learn marginal costing and leverage analysis to gain valuable insights into how your organization is functioning. Learn to ask relevant questions and categorize every decision in terms of financial benefit.
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Series 3 – Making of a Balance Sheet

The usual perception is that it takes years to learn how to make Profit & Loss Accounts and Balance Sheets. Dr Lamba teaches, in a very quick & simple way, how to make these financial statements in both the accountant’s, as well as the layperson’s way.

Module 1 – Making a Balance Sheet Without any Knowledge of Accounting– 44 mins

Ever felt the need to make a Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet, but found yourself at a loss as to how to proceed? In this module, Dr Lamba will show you the easiest and most logical way to prepare these statements without even an elementary knowledge of accounting.

Module 2 – Making a Balance Sheet The Accountant’s Way– 38 mins

In this module, Dr Lamba explains the intricacies involved in the making of the two basic financial statements from an accountants’ perspective. Using an example, he illustrates how to pass journal entries, post them into ledger accounts, make a trial balance and eventually the Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet.

Series 4 – Marginal Costing and Leverage Analysis

Application of marginal costing principles is essential to take financially profitable decisions. In the 6 modules comprising this series, Dr Lamba explains complicated marginal costing concepts in such an easy & interesting way that it will make you wish you had known about it earlier.

Module 1 – Trading on Equity– 47 mins

This module is actually an introduction to the principles of Marginal Costing. It begins with an example dramatically driving home the impact that the pattern of funding has on an organization’s profitability. Dr Lamba then emphasizes on the need for business leaders and key executives to possess the ability to understand a firm’s bottom line merely by knowing its topline, without waiting for accountants to give them this information. He then goes on to discuss tools and techniques to do so.

Module 2 – Marginal Costing Break-even Analysis– 46 mins

In this module, using a case, Dr Lamba explains the key terms in marginal costing: Variable Cost, Fixed Cost and Contribution. He explains how to arrive at profit using marginal costing principles, how to calculate break-even points, how to work out the profit at any level of sales and the sales at any level of profit.

Module 3 – Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis– 34 mins

Marginal costing formulae are explained in this module. Dr Lamba explains how, many decisions, which are anyhow taken on a regular basis, become financially more intelligent if one starts applying marginal costing principles.

Module 4 – Marginal Costing – Cases I– 51 mins

In this module, Dr Lamba explains, with the help of illustrations, how to apply marginal costing principles to take decisions pertaining to the period of credit that can be offered to customers, how to factor in the probability of bad debts associated with longer periods of credit, and whether or not one should accept customers that are guaranteed to go bad.

Module 5 – Marginal Costing – Cases II– 57 mins

Cases related to multi-product companies, make-or-buy decisions, how to use the four drivers of profit to improve the bottom line and calculating the break-even credit period that can be offered are discussed in this module.

Module 6 – Leverage Analysis– 34 mins

Leverages, in the context of finance management, denote a disproportionate impact on the bottom line due to a certain change in topline. Dr Lamba explains how fixed cost assets or funds can be used to magnify returns to owners, how to calculate the leverage multiple and how to use Leverage Analysis to gauge the risk profile of any entity.

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