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Finance for Non-financial Public Sector Managers 2nd Edition

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Demystifying financial accounts and terminology
This book is one of a series of books entitled Essential Skills for the Public Sector. It is increasingly important for public sector managers to have an understanding of finance to perform their jobs and deliver value for money services. It explains the principles of finance as well as financial information such as income and expenditure accounts, balance sheets, cashflows and financial performance indicators. There are worked examples and practical exercises which allow the theory to be put into practice, encouraging self-development and continuous improvement. The style is simple, easy to read, and accessible to staff at all levels within an organisation. It is an essential addition to a manager’s toolkit of skills and knowledge.

Size: 150 mm by 210 mm
134 Pages
ISBN : 978 1899448 678
The book covers the following areas:
INTRODUCTION 

KEEPING THE ACCOUNTS 
Keeping Financial Records
Financial Transactions
The Financial Statements
Summary

THE INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT 
Elements of an Income and Expenditure Account
Preparing the Income and Expenditure Account
Key Uses of the Income and Expenditure Account
The Trading Account
Preparing the Trading Account
Objective of the Trading Account
Summary

THE BALANCE SHEET 
The Balance Sheet
Types of Asset
Liabilities
Reserves
Summary

KEY FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 
Surpluses
Rate of Return
Liquidity
Other Financial Indicators
Summary

THE IMPORTANCE OF CASH FLOW 
How Cash is used in the Organisation
Timing of Cash Flows
Treasury Management

FINANCIAL PLANNING AND CONTROL 
Setting Objectives
Forecasting Expenditure
Forecasting Income
Income and Expenditure Forecast
Cash Flow Forecast
Financial Control Techniques

KEY FINANCIAL TERMS

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