Financial Fluency's Accounting and Finance Portfolio

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(1) Try a free module

We offer two free modules for you to try before you buy.
Click the icon next to each module title below to access:

Free Module One : Making Budgeting Work in the Real World (extract)
Free Module Two : Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquistions (extract)

Each of these modules are extracts from two of our courses.
If you find the extract useful, we offer the full version of each course for sale.

(2) Browse courses for sale

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(3) Purchase a course

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Following purchase you will be emailed an activation key.
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Our Online Courses

Financial Awareness
Finance: the Basics

Financial Management
Activity Based Management
Cash Management
Forecasting for Financial Managers
Dynamic Budgetary Control
Making Budgeting Work in the Real World (full version)
Strategic Financial Management
Financial Control in SMEs
Operational Cost Savings and Efficiencies
Value Stream Mapping
Working Capital Optimisation & Cash Flow Management

Financial Reporting
FRS 100, FRS 101 & FRS 102: Understanding
FRS 100, FRS 101 & FRS 102: Managing the Transition
FRS 102: Getting to Grips
FRS 102: Choosing between the alternatives
FRS 102: How will the numbers change?
FRS 102: Impact on systems and data
FRS 102: Reacting to reduced regulation
FRS 105 & FRS 102 1A: UK GAAP Micro & Small Cos
IFRS: Managing the transition
IFRS: The Structure of Financial Statements
IFRS: Income, Revenue and Revenue Recognition
IFRS: Property, Plant and Equipment
IFRS: Financial Instruments
IFRS: Other Non-Financial Assets
IFRS: Expenditure, Provisions and Taxation
IFRS: Accounting for Business Combinations
IFRS: Key A/C Policies & other Reporting Considerations
IFRS: Specific Sectors
IFRS: 2018-19 Update
Assessing Going Concern
Integrated Reporting
Professional Scepticism

Tax and Pensions
UK Tax: 2018-19 Update
Capital Acquisition Tax in Ireland
Charity trading and Charitable Expenditure
Claiming R&D Tax Credits
Current Pensions and Finance Issues
Entrepreneurs' Tax Relief
International Taxation of Individuals
Gift Aid and Donor Tax Reliefs
Partnership Tax Tips for Accountants
Pension Automatic Enrolment: A Guide for Accountants
Property Tax Tips for Accountants
Self Assessment Tips for Accountants
Tax Investigations Tips for Accountants
Tax Risk Areas: A Guide for Accountants
Taxation in Buying and Selling an SME Business

Corporate Finance
Buying a Business
Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisitions (full version)
Negotiating Mergers and Acquisitions
Growing your Business through Acquisition
Selling a Business
Sources of Alternative Finance
Trade Finance

Law for Finance Professionals
Fraud and Corruption
Anti Bribery and Corruption
Anti-Money Laundering Regulation
Preventing & Dealing with Financial Crime
Forensic Accounting
Becoming an Expert Witness in Finance
Freedom of Information for Accountants
Intellectual Property and New Ideas
Health and Safety for Accountants
Employment Law for Accountants

Financial Modelling
Building a Spreadsheet Forecasting Model
Corporate Financial Modelling: Setting up Financial Models
Introduction to Financial Modelling
Building a Financial Model
Modelling Real World Complexities
Modelling Financing Options

Strategic Management
CFO Issues: 2018-19 Update
Big Data
BPM Techniques in a Dynamic World
BPM Strategy in a Dynamic World
Business Performance Management
Key Performance Indicators
Measuring Performance to Deliver Results
Performance Measurement: The reality
Corporate Governance
Corporate Social Responsibility
Cyber Security Strategy
Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
Ethical Compliance
Ethical Issues for Accountants
Financial Management in Turbulent Times
Lean Awareness: Philosophy and Tools
Managerial Megatrends & Financial Control
Managing Through a Recession
Market Analysis for Accountants
Outsourcing for Accountants
Project Management for Accountants
Agile SCRUM Project Management
Risk Management for Accountants
Strategic Analysis & Competitive Positioning
The Finance Business Partner
The Road to Continuous Improvement
Thinking Strategically for Accountants
Writing a Business Plan

Accountancy Practice Management
Planning for Your Firm
Practice Models and Networks
Building and growing your firm
Succession Planning
Promoting Your Professional Practice

Professional Development
Building Resilience for Professional Success
Coaching Skills for Accountants
Communicating Complex Ideas
Communicating for Professional Success
Conducting Performance Appraisals
Developing Your Professional Career
Grammar and Effective Writing
Innovation for Accountants
International and Remote Working
Leadership Skills for Accountants
Managing Change and Transformation
Managing from Within the Team
Managing High Performing Teams
Managing Professionals for Results
Managing Risk in Social Media
Managing Workload for Accountants
Negotiation Skills for Accountants
Advanced Negotiation for Accountants
Network Leadership
Networking Skills for Accountants
Presentation Skills
Presenting Numerical Data
Problem Solving for Accountants
Professionalism & Ethics for Accountants
Recruitment and Selection
Social Media for Accountants
Working in Accounting & Finance Teams

Payment Steps

The majority of our courses sell for 75.00 (excluding UK VAT*) for 4 hours of CPD.
We have two courses which sell for 30.00 (excluding UK VAT*) which are Assessing Going Concern
  & Capital Acquisitions Tax in Ireland.

Pay online
Simply browse our list of courses and follow the payment instructions on each individiual course page.

Pay by invoice and bank transfer
If preferred you can pay via bank transfer (BACS). Please email and we will send you an invoice with our bank details.

You can access each course as many times as needed for 3 months from the date of first access.

Length of courses
All our courses take approximately 4 hours to complete. The only exceptions are Assessing Going Concern; Capital Acquisitions Tax in Ireland; and our free modules, which are all 1 hour in duration.

CPD hours and certificates
If required, once you've completed the course you will be able to claim the relevant verifiable CPD hours and print a certificate.

Although we advise an average of 4 hours per course we realise that certain people learn quicker and in different ways and will take less time to complete the course, just as others will take longer to complete the course. Nevertheless, working with the ACCA we have to set minimum times (as well as coverage) on each course before a certificate can be issued.

If you find that you have not met the criteria for a completion certificate our advice is to visit the resource centre (on each page) and read through some of the articles there.

VAT is applicable at the current rate of 20% for EU customers. For customers outside the UK, where UK VAT is non-applicable, the checkout will automatically detect your location and VAT will not be added. For EU business customers outside the UK, we can deduct VAT on production of your EU VAT registration number.

You will automatically be emailed a receipt after your purchase. This will be a VAT receipt where applicable.

More courses?
We hope you find what you are looking for. If you have any suggestions for further courses, please let us know.

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