This study was designed to evaluate the financial management skills regarding on handling their personal finances. In this study, a test of the skills of financial management students was examined. The survey will be conducted on De La Salle Lipa students. It covers advantages of money management of college students, steps in managing personal finance, studies in other countries regarding the finance of college students and lastly, women and men regarding on handling their personal finances. This shows that having knowledge about their personal finance is important.
1. Track it. According to Lucy Lazarony of Bankrate.com, tracking spending for a minimum of two to four weeks can help a student figure out where their money is going. I agree. She presents the question, “Are four trips to Starbucks a week really necessary?” in an attempt to remind students the necessity of financial reflection.
Cite authors who are saying that financial intelligence vary by age, sex, civil status, and the academic training. Significance of the Study( after hypothesis The study will determine the impact of financial intelligence for business administration students. It describes the person’s level of information and ability to use the information for financial strength. Business Administration Students. This study examine their financial intelligence and how it will benefits in developing theirknowledge and information in order for them to become financial intelligent.
I have tried to figure out the financial of an enterprise through ratio analysis, such as ROCE and P/E ratio in exercises. Furthermore, I have made a DCF analysis for Burberry in the University as an equity research group activity. In order to systematically learn more financial knowledge, the Foundation of Finance was taken during my first year and reached a mark of 76. I have also chosen the course of Financial Statements Analysis and Security Valuation in my third year. During my summer internship at OSRAM’s marketing intelligence team, I have also acquired some business analytical skills while analysing competitor annual reports or IPO and learnt more in depth of the income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements.
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Financial modeling is the knowledge of various tools that are able to convert the extensive data into the comprehensible form. It is a skill which is required by management especially in the field of investment banking, equity research, commercial banking, project management and any & every sector which is a part of the financial service industry. The crash course undertakes different aspects which will enable the students to go in the financial world and manage these various tools. The crash course is designed for students who are looking for a career in the Corporate Finance world. Upon completion of the course, the students gain in-depth knowledge and they will be able to create dynamic financial models.
However general accounting and bookkeeping classes can be taken in high school. In college, the student needs to decide on a more specific field of accounting. An accountant has many choices regarding what particular field of accounting to specialize in, depending on the financial information he or she wants to analyze and how it is done. Financial accountants, tax accountants and internal auditors are all accountants in general but require different training and work methods. A financial accountant records economic data and periodically prepares reports that show profit and other financial information of a company using the generally accepted accounting principles.
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This study is intended to find the benefits of Private Accounting and its effects on the career paths of Accountancy students of De La Salle Lipa. Different career opportunities lies in the practice of Private Accounting, such as Book Keeper, Financial Accountant, Controller, Budget Officer, Internal Auditor, electronic Data Processing Head, Cost Accountant, Chief Accounting Officer, Chief Information Officer, Tax Officer. Through, this study we aim to discover which of these jobs catches the attention of the 3rd and 4th year Accountancy students of De La Salle Lipa. It is aimed to show the respondent’s profile in terms of Name, Gender, and Year Level. It is also aimed to show the perceptions of Accountancy students to Private Accounting.