Small business Finance Training: Cases in Finance: Valuation, Ratio analysis and Credit
The easiest way to learn Finance is to review finance cases. Interesting cases put relevant concepts in perspective and the numerical examples allow you to follow through calculations. Here is a list of finance cases from Learning Corporate Finance
- Finance Training Case: AMD: Valuation and Projections: Case Guide
- Finance Training Case: Corporate Finance: LLC or C-Corp
- Finance Training Case: Credit Process: Baldwin Piano
- Finance Training Case: Electronic Arts: Corporate Finance
Before you jump to the Credit Analysis and Credit Process courses, you need to review ratio analysis training course.
If you haven’t had a chance to look at the accounting and finance training material earlier please review the first courses in accounting and finance:
Ratio Analysis course
The Ratio Analysis course starts with the very basics of foundation and then quickly moves into the four key dimensions of ratio analysis: Liquidity, Leverage, Profitability, and Productivity.
Accounting Crash Course
The basic accounting short course for small business was put together as a quick accounting survival guide for accounting neophytes. As small business owners while most of us understand debit and credit and the concept of Journals and Ledgers, some of us missed the formal organization of an accounting course. The course starts with the very basics of accounting and builds up to the trial balance. The next part of this course will review the 3 financial statements including the balance sheet, the P&L and the statement of cash flows.
For those of you new to the topics of finance and accounting a quick terminology refresher may be useful. You may want to see the first course in finance before you start on the accounting materials.
First Course in Corporate Finance
The first course in Corporate Finance introduces concepts of Financial Statements, Time Value of Money, Risk and Return, Opportunity Cost, Cost of Capital, Weighted Average Cost of Capital and Return measures. It includes a case study on Electronic Arts valuation.