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Managerial Accounting Tuition
Whether it’s understanding financial statements or cost budgeting, it doesn’t get easier with Jump Grades Education (yes, we are that confident!) 🙂
If you like, I can share with you the horror stories during my NTU days struggling with accounting. Unlike my peers, I had zero background in accounting then. Jargons like gain/loss on disposal of assets, impairment loss, partnerships, job order costing, break even analysis, relevant costs .. you name it, I’ve been there. The fear and frustration then was very real and tangible.
SMU Masters Program
Accounting is principles-based subject, like economics. Unlike humanities, even a colorful textbook may be of little help. Have you ever spent 20 mins trying to read a large paragraph on a particular accounting entry thinking that you understood, only to feel lost again when you flip the page?
It’s really horrid
The Right Tutor
Since 2008, we’ve enlightened and enthuse students from: Nanyang Technological University (NTU), National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore Management University (SMU), RMIT, Uni SIM, University of London, MDIS, University of Southeren Australia, East Asia Institute of Management, James Cook University, University of Newcastle, University of Nottingham, University of New South Wales and Monash University
Ever been there? The confusion between financial and managerial accounting
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the topics covered for the managerial accounting tuition?
The topics we are cover are as follows (but not limited to:)
Managerial Accounting & Cost Concepts
Systems Design: Job Order Costing
Activity Based Costing (ABC)
Systems Design: Process Costing
Cost Behavior Analysis and Use
Cost- Volume – Profit (CVP) Relationships
Flexible Budgets and Performance Analysis
Standard Costs and Variance
Absorption and Variable Costings
Segment Reporting, Decentralisation and the Balanced Scorecard
Relevant Costs for Decision Making
Capital Budgeting Decisions (Cashflow, Time Value of Money)