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Tertiary Catalogue

Accounting

Contains over 12 Videos

Cash Flow: Problems and Management

Financial Reporting for Business

Without positive cash flow, businesses can find themselves in a dire financial situation: a cash flow crisis. This video looks at the cash flow forecast as a way for a business to predict its expenses and revenue and put effective measures in...Show More

Cash Flow

Financial Reporting for Business

Cash flow is integral to any business and ensuring that more cash flows in than flows out is the fundamental rule of successful operations. An ideal resource for senior secondary and TAFE students of Accounting and Business, this video explores...Show More

Profit and Loss Statements: Revenue, Expenses, and Profit

Financial Reporting for Business

In this video, senior secondary and TAFE students of Accounting and Business will find accessible and contextual definitions by industry experts of three key accounting terms - revenue, expenses and profit - and how these factors interrelate in...Show More

Profit and Loss Statements

Financial Reporting for Business

This short video introduces the profit and loss statement as one measure of a business's performance. Though visual examples and succinct explanations by industry experts, students taking Accounting and Business courses at the senior secondary...Show More

Balance Sheets: Assets and Liabilities

Financial Reporting for Business

Presenting clear and consise definitions of a balance sheet's key components by industry experts, this short video will aid students in senior secondary and TAFE Accounting and Business courses to understand the difference between current and...Show More

Balance Sheets

Financial Reporting for Business

This short yet comprehensive video introduces the balance sheet as a snapshot measure of what a business owns and owes. With visual examples of a working balance sheet and discussion of its importance and applications courtesy of industry...Show More
Cash Flow

Cash Flow

In business planning and operations there are many ways to measure the success and viability of an enterprise. But regardless of how well a business stacks up on paper, without effective cash flow, it can be crippled, which can very quickly lead...Show More
Interest, Loans and Credit

Interest, Loans and Credit

You want to buy a new bike, but you've only got half the money you need. You might consider a high-interest savings account. But how long would it take to save? And how much would you pay in bank fees? Alternatively, you could get a personal...Show More
Balancing the Books

Balancing the Books

Balancing the books is an essential part of business. Accounting methods help businesses collect, record and analyse financial data. Follow trainee accountant Calvin Clegg, a contestant on the quiz show "Who Wants to Make a Million" as he is...Show More
Effective Budgeting for Business

Effective Budgeting for Business

What does the future hold? Business owners and managers may not be able to answer this question, but they are able to use budgeting to look for clues about the future. This programme explores the extent to which a number of businesses prepare...Show More
Accounting for the GST in Small Business: Case Studies of Accounting Issues

Accounting for the GST in Small Business: Case Studies of Accounting Issues

This programme focuses on the impact of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) on recording financial information and how the use of information technology has helped business owners in complying with tax laws.
Cash Flow

Cash Flow

Accounting for Small Business Series

This programme looks at the fundamental issues of cash flow including the difference between cash and profit, cash vs. credit, measuring cash flow and improving cash flow.