Accounting Basics - A Complete Study Premium class

Ca Raja Natarajan, Chartered Accountant

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106 Videos (9h 40m)
    • Need and Importance of Accounting

      4:54
    • Book Keeping and objectives

      4:59
    • Advantages of Book Keeping

      5:40
    • Accounting and Objectives

      4:19
    • Accounting Process

      5:56
    • Accounting Cycle

      3:24
    • Accountancy Accounting Book keeping

      1:21
    • Relationship Between Accountancy, Accounting & Book Keeping

      1:41
    • Difference Between Accounting & Book Keeping

      2:21
    • Users of Accounting Information

      3:58
    • Branches of Accounting

      2:05
    • Transaction

      3:19
    • Capital

      1:34
    • Assets

      1:57
    • Liabilities

      1:06
    • Drawings

      0:25
    • Debtors and Creditors

      2:24
    • Purchase Sales and returns

      2:32
    • Voucher and Invoice

      1:33
    • Account

      1:05
    • Basic Assumptions in Accounting

      5:13
    • Basic Concepts in Accounting

      8:15
    • Fundamental Principles of Accounting

      6:29
    • Double Entry System Introduction

      3:15
    • Double Entry Features

      2:04
    • Classification of Accounts

      6:16
    • Eg for classification of accounts

      5:56
    • Golden Rules of accounting

      1:55
    • Basic Accounting Procedures Final

      2:25
    • Cash Memo and Invoice

      3:25
    • Receipt

      1:12
    • Debit and Credit Notes

      2:28
    • Pay in Slip and Cheque

      4:07
    • Voucher

      0:46
    • Accounting Equation

      3:20
    • Accounting Equation simple eg

      3:30
    • Accounting Equation Comprehensive Example

      10:18
    • Rules for Debiting and Crediting

      7:09
    • Books of Original Entry

      3:45
    • Steps in Journalising

      7:55
    • Journalising Comprehensive Examples

      14:24
    • Capital and Drawings

      4:57
    • Bank Account Transactions

      7:45
    • Compound Entry

      6:12
    • Ledger

      4:12
    • Utility of Ledger

      4:45
    • Ledger Format

      7:25
    • Ledger for real personal nominal accounts

      6:53
    • Posting and Procedure

      4:12
    • Ledger Case Study 1

      5:12
    • Ledger Case Study 2

      12:26
    • Posting of Compound Entries to Ledger

      5:46
    • Posting Openign Entry in Ledger

      3:38
    • Balancing an Account

      8:18
    • Balancing of Different Accounts

      3:22
    • Procedure for Balancing

      5:40
    • Difference between Journal and Ledger

      3:54
    • Subsidiary Books need and advantage

      9:44
    • Purchase Book

      5:19
    • Case Study on Purchase Book

      7:23
    • Sales Book

      2:54
    • Sales Book Case Study

      4:45
    • Return Books

      2:42
    • Purchase Return Book

      4:47
    • Purchase Return Book Case Study

      5:17
    • Sales Return Book

      3:14
    • Sales Return Book Case Study

      5:30
    • Bill of Exchange

      6:03
    • BoE Technical Terms Part I

      5:13
    • BoE Technical Terms Part II

      4:44
    • BoE Technical Terms Part III

      3:06
    • Bills Books

      2:44
    • Journal Proper

      8:14
    • Trial Balance

      6:35
    • Methods and formats of TB

      4:49
    • Trial Balance Case Study

      7:36
    • Errors in Accounting

      4:23
    • Error of Principle

      4:03
    • Error of Omission

      4:05
    • Error of Commission

      7:04
    • Case Study on Errors and effect on TB

      18:05
    • Errors and Trial Balance

      3:03
    • Compensating Errors

      2:11
    • Steps to Locate Errors

      4:06
    • Suspense Account

      3:00
    • Case Study Suspense Acount

      3:46
    • Rectification of Errors

      7:37
    • Case Study 1 Rectification of Errors

      3:37
    • Case Study 2 Rectification of Errors

      5:39
    • Case Study 3 Rectification of Errors

      6:53
    • Case Study 4 Rectification of Errors

      10:54
    • Case Study 5 Rectification of Errors

      3:59
    • Case Study 6 Rectification of Errors - Copy

      3:12
    • Case Study 7 Rectification with Suspense AC

      7:14
    • Introduction To Final Accounts

      17:41
    • Adjustments - Outstanding and Prepaid Expenses

      9:38
    • Adjustments - Accrued Income and Income Received in Advance

      15:43
    • Adjustments - Interest on Capital and Drawings

      15:17
    • Adjustments - Depreciation

      4:49
    • Adjustments - Bad Debts

      3:50
    • Adjustments - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts

      5:30
    • Adjustments - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts and Discount on Debtors

      8:42
    • Adjustments - Provision for Discount on Debtors

      4:17
    • Case Study 1 - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts

      18:58
    • Case Study 2 - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts

      9:30
    • Case Study 3 - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts

      7:09

About This Class

Welcome to Accounting Basics - A Complete Study Course! This is one of the comprehensive course in Fundamentals of Accounting covering theory as well as practice. In this course, you will learn Fundamentals of Accounting, step by step covering the following: Section 1: a) Introduction to Accounting; b) Book Keeping; c) Accounting – Objectives and Process; d) Accounting Cycle; e) Accountancy, Accounting and Book Keeping; f) Users of Accounting Information; g) Branches of Accounting; h) Basic Accounting Terms; i) Basic Assumptions in Accounting; j) Basic Concepts in Accounting; k) Modifying Principles of Accounting; l) Accounting Standards; Section 2: m) Double Entry System in Accounting; n) Accounting Equation; o) Golden Rules of Accounting; Section 3: p) Source Documents; q) Cash Memo; r) Invoice; s) Receipt; t) Debit Note; u) Credit Note; v) Pay in Slip; w) Cheque; x) Vouchers; Section 4: y) Books of Original Entry; z) Journal and Format aa) Steps in Journalising; bb) Journal Illustrations; cc) Compound Journal Entry; Section 5: dd) Ledger; ee) Utility of Ledger; ff) Format of Ledger; gg) Posting; hh) Procedure for Posting; ii) Posting of Compound Journal Entry; jj) Posting the Opening Entry; kk) Balancing an Account; ll) Significance of Balancing; mm) Balancing of Different Accounts; nn) Procedure for Balancing; Section 6 - covering Trial Balance and Final Accounts. This course is structured in self paced learning style. Video lectures are used for delivering the course content. Take this course to create strong foundation in fundamentals of accountancy.

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Ca Raja Natarajan

Chartered Accountant

I am a Chartered Accountant with tonnes of passion for teaching.

I teach Financial Management for Chartered Accountancy and Cost and Management Accountancy students in Ernakulam,India. and I teach 100+ Finance, Accounts, Costing, Banking, Credit Analysis, Statistics, etc. in Skillshare.  

I also hold

  1. Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration in Finance from Symbiosis, Pune
  2. Bachelors in Commerce, from Loyola College, Chennai.

I worked in State Bank of India as Assistant Vice President - Credit for a period of four years after which i started my Chartered Accountancy Practice.

During the stint in State Bank of India, I worked on credit proposals of Mid Corporate Units and gained good experience in

a) Financial Analysis

b) Risk Assessment

c) Viability Study

d) Evaluating business models

e) Project Finance

f) Working Capital Management, etc.

I conduct work shops for Entrepreneurs, Chartered Accountancy / Cost and Management Accountancy Students on the topics like

a) Project Finance

b) Credit Risk Assessment

c) Entrepreneurship Development

d) Finance for Non Finance Executives

e) Burning Desire for Entrepreneurship

I love teaching and i want fundamentals of accounting and finance to reach students and so i am here.