Accounting and Finance Clips 1: Accounts, Forecasting and Breakeven

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Clip 1: Introducing Accounts
What do a company's accounts tell you? Why are they important? This is a simple guide to the profit and loss account (income statement) and balance sheet. Together these documents…
Clip 2: What Is Accounting?
Working capital is getting tight at Blakeway and Maynard wants to know what's going wrong. One reason: too many customers taking too long to pay up. Should they slow down…
Clip 3: Forecasting In Business
This clip explains the critical and tricky business of predicting future trends. Examples range from informal forecasting at a small business, to a marketing manager exploring future sales trends using…
Clip 4: Breakeven Analysis
What is breakeven analysis - and why do companies do it? Working out when a product or new store will break even is critical management information. But breakeven analysis isn't…

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