Learn how to link the 3 financial accounting statements. Connect the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows so they are dynamically connected
Guide and overview of all the main accounts on a balance sheet. See real examples and learn how all the account work on a company’s statement of financial position
Learn how to build a cash flow statement. There are three sections, cash from operations, cash from investing, and cash from financing
CFI has created hundreds of guides and resources to help you learn accounting. These articles are meant to be used as self-study, so you can read and learn on your own pace. In the guides you’ll see examples and step-by-step instruction on the most important and common accounting principles and concepts required to be a world-class financial analyst.
Below is a list of CFI’s most popular guides to learn accounting on your own. Each guide is tailored to the point-of-view of a financial analyst, so you’ll be learning accounting with a finance perspective. Whether you need to learn about debits and credits, journal entries, the 3 financial statement, or the various types of depreciation, these guides will have you covered!