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ENTR 6302 (3-3-0) Accounting and Financial Planning for Entrepreneurs
This course is organized around the practical aspects of accounting and financial planning for entrepreneurial ventures. Objectives of the course are: understanding accounting procedures such as payroll calculations, record keeping and reporting, payroll taxes forms, tax deadlines, allowable business expenses, loan applications, lines of credit, advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of business (proprietorship, partnership, corporation) and when a change in form may be indicated, cash flow analysis, capital budgeting, and annual budgeting. Major topics will also include valuing a company, creating and realizing value, going public, selling out, acquisitions, and bankruptcy. The course will provide students with working knowledge in each of these areas. Periodically.