This course aims to give you a greater understanding of trust and company financial statements, enabling you to draw conclusions and present these in the professional environment.
The course will focus on both the theoretical and practical considerations when undertaking the review of trust and company financial statements.
Reviewing financial statements is a skill that should be developed by those working in the trust administration environment.
On this course you will cover:
- What are Financial Statements and who uses them?
- What is GAAP?
- Key Accounting Principles and Theoretical Concepts
- Review Techniques
- Group Exercise Example
This course aims to give you a greater understanding of financial statements, enabling you to identify errors or unusual items and draw conclusions based on your review.
On completion of the course you should:
- Be able to perform practical trust and company financial statement reviews
- Have an increased awareness of accounting standards and how they impact trust and company financial statements
- Be more confident when reading, preparing and/or reviewing trust and company financial statements
- Be able to identify common errors in trust and company financial statements
The course is designed for non-accountants who are needing to review financial statements in this sector and accountants who want some practical tips to enhance their skills in this area.
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