There are so many different places you could start when you want to learn to make better videos. Trying to figure out where to begin is nearly impossible because there is so much to learn.
Trust me, I’ve been there. I’ve spent countless hours watching endless tutorials to make my videos better and that is why I put this together.
There are plenty of excuses for not making videos, but “know-how” shouldn’t be one of them.
Budgeting for Your Business Training Video
A Practical Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills
In this project-based Budgeting for Your Business video tutorial series, you’ll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.
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The first question any investor will ask of a business owner trying to raise cash is: What are you going to do with the cash once you raise it? The answer should be: It’s right here in the company’s budget. Budgets are a key component of any business plan, but too often they are neglected or rushed and not thorough enough.
Bad budgeting can really hurt business development. In this video, Ken Boyd shows you how to create budgets that make sense to investors (and creditors) and provide you with the hard data you need to keep your business running successfully.
* Understand the direct link between effective budgeting and business success or failure
* Learn why a budget must be created before year-end and how it affects your financial statements
* Discover how to create a budget and the types of information a budget should contain
* See the basic formula derived from budgeting that’s used to make pricing decisions
* Learn about the different costs contained in budgets: material, labor, and overhead
* Discover what budget variance analysis means and how successful managers use it
* Understand the distinctions between efficiency, rate, price, spending variances, and more
Ken Boyd has over 30 years of experience helping companies create budgets, make decisions about long-term financing, and evaluate how to raise capital. Ken is a former Adjunct Professor at St. Louis University who creates books, podcasts, blogs, articles, and lectures on accounting and finance. He is author of the O’Reilly title Understanding an Income Statement as well as Cost Accounting for Dummies, The CPA Exam for Dummies, and 1,001 Accounting Questions for Dummies.