The course is a basic tool in business management that introduces students to the basic concepts of

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The course is a basic tool in business management that introduces students to the basic concepts of financial accounting, under the universal accounting language of the International Financial Reporting Standards - IFRS -.

The course includes concepts for use in the preparation of financial statements of quality, easily understandable and comparable. The main themes are: business, operations and accounting, financial accounting, concept and objectives, the operating cycle - business accounting, the recognition, measurement and presentation of assets, liabilities, equity, revenues, costs and expenses of frequent application. The basic financial statements: statement of financial position, statement of profit and loss or income statement, statement of changes in equity , statement of cash flow and notes to the financial statements.

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The basic financial statements: statement of financial position, statement of profit and loss or income statement, statement of changes in equity, statement of cash flow and notes to the financial statements.
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