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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Wiley CMA Learning System Exam Review 2013, Test Bank : Test Bank.
New York : Wiley, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||Creating a Pro Forma Statement of Cash Flows.|
|Description:||1 online resource (1274 pages).|
|Contents:||Wiley CMA Learning System® Exam Review 2013 Self-Study Guide; Self-Study Guide: Part 1: Financial Planning, Performance and Control; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements of Subject Matter Experts; Candidate Study Information; CMA Certification from ICMA; CMA Learning Outcome Statements (LOS); CMA Exam Format; Note on Candidate Assumed Knowledge; Overall Expectations for the CMA Candidates; Updates and Errata Notification; How to Use the CMA Learning System®; Study the Book Content; CMALS Book Features; Online Test Bank; Learn to Write the CMA Exam; Create a Study Plan; Study Tips. Registration for the Wiley CMA Learning System Exam ReviewIntroduction; Section A: Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting; Topic 1: Budgeting Concepts; Fundamentals: Terminology, Budget Cycle, and Reasons for Budgeting; Budget Cycle; Reasons for Budgeting; Economic Considerations in the Budgeting Process; Operations and Performance Goals; Characteristics of Successful Budgeting; Characteristics of a Successful Budget Process; Budget Period; Budget Process; Budget Participants; Budgeting Steps; Cost Standards; Resource Allocation; Components of a Master Budget; Topic 2: Forecasting Techniques. Quantitative MethodsRegression Analysis; Simple Linear Regression; Multiple Linear Regression; Benefits and Shortcomings of Regression Analysis; Time Series Analysis; Benefits and Limitations of Time Series Analysis; Smoothing; Moving Averages; Weighted Moving Averages; Exponential Smoothing; Learning Curve Analysis; Incremental Unit-Time Learning Model; Cumulative Average-Time Learning Model; Benefits and Limitations of Learning Curve Analysis; Expected Value; Benefits and Limitations of Expected Value; Sensitivity Analysis; Benefits and Limitations of Sensitivity Analysis. Topic 3: Budgeting MethodologiesOptions for Budget Creation; Project Budgeting; Activity-Based Budgeting; Incremental Budgeting; Zero-Based Budgeting; Continuous (Rolling) Budgets; Flexible Budgeting; Topic 4: Annual Profit Plan and Supporting Schedules; Master Budget; Operating Budget; Sales Budget; Production Budget; Direct Materials Budget; Direct Labor Budget; Overhead Budget (Factory Overhead Budget); Cost of Goods Sold Budget; Selling and Administrative Expense Budget; Pro Forma (or Budgeted) Income Statement; Financial Budgets; Capital Budget; Cash Budget. Pro Forma (or Budgeted) Balance SheetPro Forma (or Budgeted) Statement of Cash Flows; Relationship Among Cash Budget, Capital Expenditure Budget, and Pro Forma Financial Statements; Comprehensive Problem: Budgeting Methodologies; Solution to Comprehensive Problem: Budgeting Methodologies; Topic 5: Top-Level Planning and Analysis; Pro Forma Financial Statements and Budgets; Creating a Pro Forma Income Statement with the Percentage-of-Sales Method; Creating a Pro Forma Income Statement; Creating a Pro Forma Balance Sheet and Determining Additional Funding Needed.|
|Series Title:||Wiley CMA Learning System.|