Financial Reporting, Planning, Performance & Control (CMA Part 1 Review)
The Certified Management Accountant is a global designation of proficiency in adding strategic value to businesses. The CMA certification validates expertise in areas such as analyzing business situations, developing solutions, and managing complex organizations.
Leverage your CPE credits by reviewing the material tested on the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exam and prepare to become a CMA. Once you are a CMA, you can use your CPE credits to fulfill both your CPA requirements (set by your state) and CMA requirements (30 hours a year).
There are over 50,000 CMA's worldwide and about one in three active CMAs in the U.S. are also CPAs.
This course is excluded from the following subscription programs:
Value Pass, Self-Study Package, Webinar Package, Self-Study & Webinar Package, and Firm Package.
Includes the following topics: Financial statements, asset and liability valuation, income taxes on the balance sheet, leases, equity transactions, revenue recognition, and differences between US GAAP and IFRS.
Includes the following topics: Strategic planning, budgeting concepts and methodologies, forecasting, operating budget cycle, and pro-forma financial statements.
Includes the following topics: Standard costing, flexible budgets, variance analysis, responsibility accounting, transfer pricing methods, and the balanced scorecard.
Includes the following topics: Cost behavior, process costing, activity-based costing, joint product costing, supply chain management, theory of constraints, value-chain analysis, benchmarking and cost of quality analysis.
Includes the following topics: Governance, risk, and compliance; Internal control provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act; role of internal auditing in internal controls; systems controls and security measures.
Total: 5 courses (27 CPE hours)