Financial Accounting Fundamentals

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This course, developed at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and taught by top-ranked faculty, will teach you the tools you'll need to understand the fundamentals of financial accounting.

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Taught by
Luann J. Lynch
Almand R. Coleman Professor of Business Administration
and 9 more instructors

Offered by
University of Virginia

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0 posts • 6 mentions • top 6 shown below

r/investing • comment
1 points • WhoIsJohnSnow

Start with a MOOC in accounting. This is a good one.

r/Bookkeeping • comment
1 points • NoviceExpert_

No worries. Happy to help :) I would recommend taking a course though if you're interesting in pursuing for work. There are free university courses you can do online through coursera like this one that actually starts today:

r/GnuCash • comment
1 points • kwxt2

There are a few Coursera courses on beginning accounting. I liked University of Virginia's "Financial Accounting Fundamentals". If you don't want a certificate the courses are free.

I'm kind of in the same boat are you in terms of knowledge.

There's also "Accounting for dummies", which you can probably find in hard copy or ebook at your local library.

r/worldnews • comment
1 points • thick_thighs005

There's nothing stopping you from learning now.


Edit: and if you just want a single graphic on where your money should go, here it is

I'll also plug the book "I Will Teach You to Be Rich" if you want to learn the basics of managing debt, budgeting, and investing.

r/Bookkeeping • comment
2 points • money_unfurled

It was admittedly a little difficult finding courses not part of a specialization that requires paying for. Here's the goods though.

Older ones that may/may not still be open:


I think there's more but this should get you started. When you click enroll it will ask if you want to pay for it, just select the second option (free).

Good luck!

r/MBA • comment
1 points • 100percentreplica

Hey Mark, I did a quick stalk of your recommendation to other prospects. Would you recommend courses like these?

Thanks, it was really eye opening working with you guys. The toys you get to play with are so impressive!