FIN 419 All participations

0 items
FIN 419 All participations
$30.00
  • Description

FIN/419

FINANCE FOR DECISION MAKING

 

The Latest Version A+ Study Guide

 

**********************************************

FIN 419 All participations Link

https://www.uopcourses.com/category/fin-419-participations/

**********************************************

 

FIN 419 Week 1 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 1: Financial Management

Read Ch. 1 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How financial management decisions impact the organization.
  • The role of taxes in the different legal categories of business organization

 

FIN 419 Week 1 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 2: Financial Statements

Read Ch. 2 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • The structure of Financial Statements and how they interact with each other.
  • Why the cash flow statement is considered an accurate indicator to evaluate a company.

 

FIN 419 Week 1 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 8: Risk and Return

Read Ch. 8 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • The importance of measuring and analyzing the potential risk of an investment, to make an informed decision.
  • How diversification can eliminate risk exposure.

 

FIN 419 Week 1 Understanding Your Business Structure Options

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Understanding Your Business Structure Options” (from: Running a Web Design Business: Defining Your Business Structure) in the Search Bar to find the video.

Consider the following as you watch:

  • The types of business ownership

 

FIN 419 Week 1 Sole Proprietorship: Advantages and Disadvantages

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link. 

Type the title “Sole Proprietorship: Advantages and Disadvantages” (From: Running a Web Design Business: Defining Your Business Structure) in the Search Bar to find the video.

Consider the following as you watch:

  • The advantages and disadvantages of running a business as a single owner.

 

FIN 419 Week 2 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 3: The Time Value of Money (Part 1)

Read Ch. 3 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How useful is the calculation of present value, future value and interest rate to select the best investment alternative.
  • The four different methods you can use to solve problems and get the same result.

 

FIN 419 Week 2 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 4: The Time Value of Money (Part 2)

Read Ch. 4 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How lenders and borrowers benefit from an amortization schedule.
  • How the time value of money equation can be modified to include more complex calculations.

 

FIN 419 Week 2 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 5: Interest Rates

Read Ch. 5 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How borrowers can save interest expense by increasing the amount paid on a loan.
  • The impact of inflation on interest rates.

 

FIN 419 Week 2 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 14: Financial Ratios Firm Performance

Read Ch. 14 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How to diagnose a company’s financial status.
  • How financial ratios drive the comparison between industries, times and competitors

 

FIN 419 Week 2 PV Calculating Present Value Investment

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link. 

Type the title “PV Calculating Present Value Investment” (From: Excel 2016: Financial Functions in Depth) in the Search Bar to find the video. 

Consider the following as you watch:

  • How to calculate the present value of an investment using Microsoft® Excel®.

 

FIN 419 Week 3 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 10: Cash Flow Estimation

Read Ch. 10 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • The difference between cash flow, profit, and net income.
  • How managerial decisions about assets or investments are reflected in cash flows.

 

FIN 419 Week 3 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 13: Working Capital Management

Read Ch. 13 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How working capital relates to the company’s ability to generate cash flows.
  • The different management strategies to retain and increase cash.

 

FIN 419 Week 3 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 15: Raising Capital

Read Ch. 15 of Financial Management: Core Concepts.

Consider the following as you read:

  • How business life cycles vary.
  • Sources of capital to start and grow a business

 

FIN 419 Week 3 Cash Management

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link. 

Type the title “Cash Management” (from: Finance for Non-Financial Managers) in the Search Bar to find the video. 

Consider the following as you watch:

  • The importance of maintaining the right balance of cash.
  • Maintaining a budget.

 

FIN 419 Week 3 Managing Receivables Inventory

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link. 

Type the title “Managing Receivables Inventory” (from: Finance for Non-Financial Managers) in the Search Bar to find the video.

Consider the following as you watch:

  • How credit and inventory management impacts cash flow.

 

FIN 419 Week 4 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 7: Stocks and Stock Valuation

Read Ch. 7 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • The connection between the value of shares and dividends.
  • How the value of shares is related to the cost of capital.

 

FIN 419 Week 4 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 9: Capital Budgeting Decision Models

Read Ch. 9 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How to make a successful long-term investment decision.
  • The criteria and techniques used to evaluate a capital project

 

FIN 419 Week 4 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 11: The Cost of Capital

Read Ch. 11 of Financial Management: Core Concepts. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How to calculate risk and cost in capital projects.
  • The process and sources used to raise capital.

 

FIN 419 Week 4 Stocks

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link. 

Type the title “Stocks” (from: Personal Investing Basics) in the Search Bar to find the video.

Consider the following as you watch:

  • How to effectively use the stock market.

 

FIN 419 Week 4 Capital and Cash

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Capital and Cash” (from: Making Investment Decisions) in the Search Bar to find the video.

Consider the following as you watch:

  •  Cash flow advantages and disadvantages.

 

FIN 419 Week 5 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 1: Financial Management

Review Ch. 1 of Financial Management: Core Concepts.

 

 

FIN 419 Week 5 Financial Management: Core Concepts, Ch. 18: International Financial Management

Read Ch. 18 of Financial Management: Core Concepts.

Consider the following as you read:

  • How to manage cultural risks and other factors related to a foreign operation of a multinational business.
  • How fluctuations in the exchange rate impact capital projects.

 

FIN 419 Week 5 Price Considerations… the Impact of Currency Fluctuations

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link. 

Type the title “Price Considerations… the Impact of Currency Fluctuations” (from: International Marketing Fundamentals) in the Search Bar to find the video.

Consider the following as you watch:

  • Why the exchange rate impacts business transactions and decisions.

 

FIN 419 Week 5 Risk and Restraint

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Risk and Restraint” (from: Developing Cross-Cultural Intelligence) in the Search Bar to find the video.

Consider the following as you watch:

  • How cultural changes impact business.