CFA® Level 1 (2021) – Complete Financial Reporting Analysis by Keith Tan
What you’ll discover
Sort the various financial statement components (assets, liabilities, equity, revenue, and expenses).
Recognize the fundamental and extended accounting equations.
Recognize the functions of standard-setting bodies and regulatory authorities.
Understand the IFRS Framework as well as the fundamental distinctions between IFRS and US GAAP.
Calculate depreciation, COGS, inventory, and basic and diluted EPS under various cost flow assumptions.
Differentiate between operational and non-operational components.
Learn about the different balance sheet accounts, how they are valued, and what they represent.
Calculate financial ratios and draw conclusions from them.
Make a cash flow statement using either the direct or indirect technique.
Separate operational, investment, and financing cash flows.
Use numerous financial analysis tools and approaches.
To analyze a firm’s profit drivers, use the DuPont formulae to breakdown ROE into its components.
Differentiate between the cost flow mechanisms LIFO, FIFO, and weighted average cost.
Determine COGS, ending inventory, and gross profit using the various cost flow methodologies.
Differentiate between capitalization and direct expensing of various expenses.
Determine whether an asset is impaired and how to revalue an asset.
Separate taxes payed from income tax expenditure.
Understand the events that result in delayed taxes, and calculate and modify deferred taxes.
Using the effective interest rate approach, compute the book value of a bond as well as the interest expenditure.
Differentiate between an operational lease and a financing lease.
Understand how accounting methodologies and estimations can influence reported earnings, financial condition, and cash flow categorization.
Be on the lookout for warning indicators of earnings manipulation.
Forecast future earnings and cash flows using analytic tools.
Understand the most frequent forms of financial statement adjustments for comparability.
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