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USE EXCEL 2016 TO GAIN DEEPER INSIGHTS, MAKE SMARTER DECISIONS, AND EARN MORE PROFITS
Using real-world examples, Carlberg helps you put Excel’s features and functions to work and get the power of quantitative analysis behind your management decisions.
Excel expert Conrad Carlberg shows how to use Excel 2016 to perform the core financial tasks every manager and entrepreneur must master: analyzing statements, planning and controlling company finances, making investment decisions, and managing sales and marketing. Using real-world examples, Carlberg helps you get the absolute most out of Excel 2016’s newest features and functions. Along the way, you’ll discover the fastest, best ways to handle essential tasks ranging from importing business data to analyzing profitability ratios.
Becoming an Excel expert has never been easier! You’ll find crystal-clear instructions, insider insights, complete step-by-step projects, and more. It’s all complemented by an extraordinary set of web-based resources, from sample journals and ledgers to business forecasting tools.
• Use Excel analysis tools to solve problems throughout the business
• Build and work with income statements and balance sheets
• Value inventories and current assets, and summarize transactions
• Calculate working capital and analyze cash flows
• Move from pro formas to operating budgets that help guide your management decisions
• Prepare business cases incorporating everything from discount rates to margin and contribution analysis
Part I: Analyzing Financial Statements
Chapter 2 Power BI: An Overview
Chapter 3 Balance Sheet: Current Assets
Chapter 4: Valuing Inventories for the Balance Sheet
Chapter 5: Summarizing Transactions: From the Journals to the Balance Sheet
Chapter 6: Working Capital and Cash Flow Analysis
Chapter 7: Statement Analysis
Chapter 8: Ratio Analysis
PART II Financial Planning and Control
Chapter 9: Budgeting and Planning Cycle
Chapter 10: Forecasting and Projections
Chapter 11: Measuring Quality
PART III Investment Decisions
Chapter 12: Examining a Business Case: Investment
Chapter 13: Examining Decision Criteria for a Business Case
Chapter 14: Creating a Sensitivity Analysis for a Business Case
Chapter 15: Planning Profits
Chapter 16: Making Investment Decisions Under Uncertain Conditions
Chapter 17: Fixed Assets
PART IV Sales and Production Analysis
Chapter 18: Importing Business Data into Excel
Chapter 19: Exporting Business Data from Excel
Chapter 20 Using Excel 2016 and Power BI to Analyze QuickBooks Data
Chapter 21: Analyzing Contributions and Margins
Chapter 22: Pricing and Costing