Accounting Principles Training
Learn Accounting Principles (GAAP)
This course is for individuals who want to learn generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
The course presents and explains accounting principles and reporting standards such as accounts receivable and uncollectible accounts, notes payable and notes receivable, merchandise inventory, property, plant, and equipment, and depreciation.
The course is an eleven-week course (one session per week). However, the course is an online, self-study, self-paced course. Therefore, the length of the course is determined by the time you dedicate to the course and your knowledge and understanding of accounting principles.
When you purchase the course, we email course access and instructions to the email you provide. If you don't receive the email, please check your Junk Mail.
If you purchase the course after 5:00 pm MT (4:00 pm PT, 6:00 pm CT, 7:00 pm ET), we email course access and instructions the next business day. We are closed on weekends and major holidays.
The access code provides you access to the course for 6 months beginning from the time you access the course.
The Accounting Certification assures employers or clients of your accounting knowledge and skill. The certification distinguishes you from your competition, builds credibility, validates knowledge, and demonstrates skill. The certification is required for the Certified Accounting Paraprofessional license, Accounting Career Program, and Accounting Business Network.
The Certified Accounting Paraprofessional (CAP) license enables you to place "CAP" behind your name and communicate your accounting knowledge, skill, experience, and ethics to employers or clients. The license distinguishes you from your competition, builds credibility, validates knowledge, demonstrates skill, verifies experience, and confirms professional ethics. The license is included in our Accounting Paraprofessional Career Program and required for the Accounting Network.
Accounting gathers, analyzes, and communicates business financial information. The primary financial information is the company's financial position, profit, and cash flows. Small business owners should use this information to increase their financial position, profit, and cash flows.
Accounting Principles Course
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