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Introduction of Accounting to Non-Accountants or Professionals

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Collision 8

High Street Centre, 1 North Bridge Road

#08-08

Singapore, Singapore 179094

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This highly sought after sharing session will give you a good understanding of accounting principles and processes. You will learn how to complete your accounting in a simple & easy manner. The sharing session will end with a simple demo of Xero, an extremely popular cloud based accounting software, to demonstrate the practical part of sharing session.

Who should attend?

Business owners, C-level executives and anyone who needs to communicate with investor or accounting staff.

Learning objectives:

  • Develop an understanding of the source of financial information
  • Gain an insight into accounting systems, terminology and concepts
  • Gain an understanding of income and expenditure; assets and liabilities; capital and revenue expenditure
  • Cash Flow & Accrual
  • Interpret a basic financial statements
  • Practical Tips on simplifying our life

Outline:

  • The accounting process
  • Terms and definitions
  • Accrual vs. cash accounting
  • Introduction to the accounting equation
  • Depreciation
  • Basic preparation of financial statements

Speaker's profile:

Ken Leong is the founder of 361 Degree Group.

Before setting up the 361 group of companies, Ken was extensively involved in Human Resource and Accounting functions in multi-national & public-listed companies and local SMEs. He accumulated vast working experience in foreign countries which included Thailand, Malaysia and China. He is a CPA and holds a master degree.

He has been frequently invited to share his experience on national TV and radio and is actively involved in mentoring new start-ups.

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High Street Centre, 1 North Bridge Road

#08-08

Singapore, Singapore 179094

Singapore

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