2 Credits: Accounting
Jeff Sailor’s Step by Step Series was created to tackle various A&A topics using a practical approach, rather than simply going through the standards as they were written. This course will cover the tough topic of preparing a statement of cash flows.
While the statement of cashflows is one of the basic statements required by GAAP, many practitioners encounter issues when preparing them. In this course, Jeff takes you step by step through the process to insure that you understand both the professional as well as the practical requirements. He will cover not only the accounting and presentation, but also show you how to use a simple spreadsheet template to assist in your preparation.
In addition, Jeff will include his unique perspective and humor, including his signature video parodies, which are designed to keep you awake and reinforce the material.
Upon successful completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
- Describe the purpose of a statement of cashflows
- Identify the three classifications of activities
- Apply a spreadsheet model to identify cash flows
- Identify the two methods for presentation
- Apply GAAP principles in preparing the presentation
- Apply the requirements for disclosures
May 29, 2020
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Meet The Experts
Jeff Sailor, CPA, received a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Florida. Upon graduation, he joined the auditing staff at Peat Marwick in Jacksonville, Florida, where he worked on a large number of national accounts. Jeff has managed his own accounting firm in Ocala, Florida, since 1984. During that time, he has also developed unique auditing approaches and auditing software. Since 1992, Jeff has been teaching accounting and auditing courses he developed to combat traditional “boring CPE.” Using a variety of creative teaching methods sprinkled with humorous video spoofs, Jeff is able to combine his in-depth accounting insights …