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About the Course

In this 1-hour long project-based course, you will access and evaluate financial statements of publicly traded companies and learn how financial statement users rely on this information to make lending, regulatory, and investing decisions. You’ll also perform common accounting tasks like creating journal entries and producing financial statements. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

Top reviews

KP

Jan 14, 2022

I am satified with the coourse the instructor was clear and explain each topic with examples and toch eac topic the course.

NZ

Aug 20, 2022

it was an amazing experience. i learned a lot. thank you coursera for providing this course to me.

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By KASTURI B G

Nov 22, 2020

easy understanding

By Karen V V P

Jan 15, 2022

I am satified with the coourse the instructor was clear and explain each topic with examples and toch eac topic the course.

By Amiel F

Apr 26, 2021

Thank you! I've learned about 10-K and how to read financial statements on public companies. Mission accomplished.

By NANDINIBA Z

Aug 21, 2022

it was an amazing experience. i learned a lot. thank you coursera for providing this course to me.

By Lahoucine B

Oct 10, 2022

A very simple and very explained course

By Джумабаев ж ж

Sep 8, 2022

спасибо за обучение, очень интересно

By Aldo

Sep 5, 2022

Great content, learnt alot

By PRANAV J

Aug 21, 2022

it was fabulous

By SNEHA R

Aug 21, 2022

it was fabulous

By Mohamud S A

Jan 16, 2021

Great, Thanks

By 4066 M V

Aug 21, 2022

xexcellent

By MAHEK R

Aug 23, 2022

.

By KAUSHALRAJSINH C

Aug 23, 2022

.jkop

By Tara J M

Jan 13, 2023

The guided presentation did not match the internal website. It was super hard to follow what was being taught.