Event Date: 23 November 2020
Event Time: 9am – 5pm
Location: Zoom Platform
By Kevin Lee, Associate Trainer
Fees: S$380.00 (GST will not be applicable)
This 1-day workshop will provide participants (who have no or minimal accounting knowledge) a basic understanding of Finance and Accounting practices and help them to read the financial statements to assess various aspects of the business performance and risks from a quantitative perspective. This course also provides a basic understanding of how to use ratio analysis for evaluating financial performance and how to analyze a financial statement.
- Introduction to Accounts
- Recording Transactions
- Ledger and Double Entry
- Preparing the Financial Statements for Sole Traders
- Non-Current Assets
- Receivables and Accruals & Prepayments
- Company Accounts
- Statement of Cash Flows
- Interpreting Financial Statements
Kevin Lee, FCCA (UK), CPA, CGA (Canada), MSc (London, UK), MTax (Singapore)
Kevin specialise in providing actionable advice, compliance documentation, and systems advice to small to medium businesses as a senior finance professional in many different industries in SE Asia and Australia. He works closely with business and professional firms assisting them with technical aspects of FRS and international tax. He is currently the Head of Tax of a practise who has more than two decades of serving the business community. Kevin has more than 10 years of exam preparation teaching experience, has also consistently maintained high pass rates for the various exam preparatory courses. He also marks exams, write questions and do other work for academic institutions (Motivational revision lessons). Collaborated strategically with several professional firms, including audit firms, management consultancy and corporate advisory companies and a global company that provides information, software, and services to professionals in four main areas: healthcare, tax, law and finance, management consultancy and corporate advisory companies to adequately provide international tax services, including Goods and Services Tax (GST).
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