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Financial Literacy for Employees

Do you ever find yourself confused by your company’s financial statements? That’s OK. You’re not alone. But being financially literate doesn’t require an advanced degree. All it takes is a little time on your part to understand the importance of numbers for your job, organization, and personal financial situation.

Join accounting professors Jim and Kay Stice in this essential skills course on key financial concepts to help you succeed and grow in your career. Build your knowledge base for financial literacy, developing an understanding of the past so that you can change the course of your future. Explore the common tools of business analysis: financial statements, balance sheets, ratios, company cost structures, budgets, key performance indicators, and more. Learn about your compensation, savings, and tax options as an employee, acquiring new skills and financial fundamentals that you can put to use in your day-to-day life.

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