Analyzing and Interpreting Financial Statements Training
Learn How to Analyze and Interpret Financial Statements
This course is for individuals who want to learn how to analyze and interpret financial statements.
This course is a popular financial statement analysis and interpretation course. The objective is to teach students to analyze and interpret financial statements and provide in-depth analysis to internal and external users of financial reports.
The course is a thirteen-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 financial statement analysis and interpretation.
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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.
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Analyzing and Interpreting Financial Statements Course
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