Seminar – Analyzing Your Financial Statements
6 August @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am PDT| Free
Biblical Entrepreneurs are called to be good stewards over the business the Lord has entrusted to them. One of the ways to exercise good stewardship is to do regular financial reviews of the business by conducting monthly and quarterly financial analysis.
Financial analysis is the process of evaluating the business finances to determine the viability/capability of the business and make comparisons between one period to another. It is used to evaluate economic trends, set financial policy, build long-term plans and set benchmarks.
One of the common ways to analyze financial data is to calculate ratios from the data comparing against those of other companies, or against the company’s own historical performance. Financial analysis is typically done using the company’s financial statements. Financial statements are a collection of reports about an organization’s financial condition at a given period.
In this seminar you will learn:
- The importance of analyzing your financial statements
- How to analyze your financial statements
- Case studies on analyzing financial statements
Instructor : Patrice Tsague
Co-founder and Chief Servant Officer,
Nehemiah Project International Ministries
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