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Course Synopsis

The subject covers a broad range of core financial aspects that are pertinent for entrepreneurs as starting a business and understanding the financial aspects in running a business may be an overwhelming experience. The course discusses sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies,
and private corporations. Key financial topics, such as financial  statements, break-even analysis, working capital management, and time value for money shall be explained and examined. Students shall also study some important topics in finance and describes how mastering these topics can positively give impact to business success. Students are also expected to master the financial tools of Time-Value-of- Money and financial statement analysis - Discusses horizontal, vertical, and ratio analysis of financial statements in detail. Other topics include financial distress and mergers and acquisition, and personal financial planning are related to entrepreneurs.


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