Financial Accounting Training

There are two basic categories of accounting: financial accounting and managerial accounting. Financial accounting is comprised of information that companies make available to the general public: stockholders, creditors, customers, suppliers, and regulatory commissions. Managerial accounting deals with information that is not made public. Information such as salary costs, Cost of goods produced, profit targets, and material control information. The knowledge supplied by managerial accounting is for the use of department heads, division managers, and supervisors to help them make better decisions about the day-to-day operations of the business.

So why do we need accounting? Asking that question of an accountant is like asking a farmer why we need rain. We need accounting because it’s the only way for business to grow and flourish. Accounting is the backbone of the business financial world. After all, accounting was created in response to the development of trade and commerce during the medieval times.

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Articles on Financial Accounting in South Africa

Successful organisations encourage their business departments to partner with the
finance team to deliver data insights for better decision support according to t recent
study.

Most people see finance and creativity at opposite ends of the learning
spectrum. But accounting specialist Mark Samowitz has found a way to
combine the two in order to make accounting more accessible to ordinary
people.

With Gauteng and other provinces looking to move towards paperless
classrooms, the time is ripe to start making more extensive use of cloud-
based software in educational settings in South Africa.

Change is potentially upsetting and in some cases even disruptive. However,
businesses constantly have to evolve to keep up with a dynamic marketplace
in order to remain competitive.

South African households, with more limited incomes in the current highly
inflationary environment, are nowadays caught between the rock of saving for
a comfortable retirement, and the hard place of
leaving a legacy for their children.

Three thousand Western Cape learners are benefitting from a revolutionary
new approach to teaching accounting, thanks to a donation by Accounting
Comes Alive and the Moshal Scholarship Program.

Natural resources are becoming dangerously thin from the demands of a
growing and more prosperous global population. This is one of the issues
highlighted in the new CIMA report which addresses global business concerns.

In a bold move to counter the effects of currency fluctuation in the market,
CIMA, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants has a launched a
special limited offer of 33% off its standard registration fee until 30
September.

The new Financial Markets Learnership and the Advanced Diploma in Financial
Markets qualification offered by the University of Johannesburg will enable
individuals to build careers within the financial market industry.

The Ukuthemba programme funded by Fasset is helping prospective
accountants reach their dreams. One beneficiary shares his story and gives
hope to young people who are trying to pursue their career.

Four young finance students did the University of Pretoria proud when they
were the first team from that university to snag the coveted title of South
African winners of the CIMA Global Business Challenge (GBC) 2014.

In response to a drive in the banking environment to employ individuals with
relevant and higher qualifications, Milpark?s School of Investment and Banking
has expanded and reviewed their offering.

Careers in finance and accounting need to be well represented. These skills
will be in high demand if we are to achieve the ambitious goals in South
Africa?s National Development Plan says Fasset CEO, Cheryl James.

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is the first global
accountancy body to introduce integrated reporting into its qualification, which
will give candidates the edge.

According to a recent ACCA report, public audit performs a crucial role in both
preventing ongoing waste of taxpayer money and boosting society?s trust and
confidence about how governments spend public money.

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