Do you find finance and accounting concepts intimidating or confusing? Have you tried learning these concepts, but the ideas just won't stick? Do you have a need to understand basic finance and accounting concepts for your job but can't find an easy way to learn them? If this is you, then learn the language of accounting with this easy-to-follow audio program! It is designed to communicate the necessary information in practical terms, making it perfect for business owners and nonfinancial professionals. Armed with this new information, there is a 40 percent better chance your business will thrive. Financial fluency is one of the number one reasons business professionals thrive, as they can communicate effectively in the inner circles of corporations. In Financially Speaking, let Fortune 500 financial analyst Rob Hambleton break financial and accounting concepts down into easily digestible segments. Rob's industry experience combined with a step-by-step training approach will have you speaking the language of finance fluently in no time. In this program, you will learn basic financial and accounting concepts; understand important financial statements, such as income statements, balance sheet, and cash flow statements; discover how to perform critical financial analyses; and learn the importance of and the processes for monthly performance review and annual forecasting. Be intimidated no longer, and learn to thrive in the financial aspects of running your business!
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"This a recording from a live training workshop presented by the author. There are some challenges to this format since participants' questions are not clearly audible in the question-and-answer parts of the production. However, Hambleton makes up for this by reiterating the question. He comes across as a genuine and caring teacher with his hearty delivery. His casual tone helps put listeners at ease, especially those who want to learn more about business concepts but may be intimidated by a more formal approach. Because of the training session format, Hambleton often refers to a workbook that the listener doesn't have. These repeated references could be annoying unless the listener does the exercises on his or her own. M.R. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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