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Accounting Foundations

Even before their first accounting course, business students are often expected to understand such basic accounting concepts as earnings, revenue, cash flow, assets, liabilities, and equity, whether in a description of a business situation or presented on a financial statement. This adaptive assessor and instructor allows students to efficiently fill in gaps in basic financial accounting skills selected by their institution.  Skills are available in areas including Reading Balance Sheets, Earnings Statements, and Statements of Cash Flows, Recognizing Earnings and Expenses, and Understanding Noncurrent Assets.

Accounting Foundations was developed with the Tuck School of Management at Dartmouth College.  Like the other Foundations modules, its objective is to ensure a baseline competency quickly and efficiently by filling in gaps in students' skill sets without having them waste time on skills they already have.

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The Foundations overview includes pricing and trial account information for all the modules.