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Understanding Business Financial Statements

Instructor: Melinda Ellerman (Biography)

Mindy has worked with the SBDC since 2011 as an instructor for Fundamentals of Finance Series. Mindy received her B.S. in Managerial Accounting from Southern Oregon University and her Masters in Forensic Accounting from New England College. She has over 15 years’ of accounting and finance experience in both the private and public sectors. Mindy offers her expertise in finance and accounting to assist small businesses here in the Rogue Valley where she makes her home with her husband and young son. They enjoy camping on the local rivers and lakes and sharing time with their extended families.

In this six-hour class, you will be able to further your business success by learning how to transfer business income and expense information into a financial statement that will help you use it to make better operational and investment decisions. Consists of two sessions. Classes are held at the Small Business Development Center.
 
Continuing Education Credits
All SBDC business courses are approved for continuing education credits for Construction Contractor Residential C/E, Landscape Contractor C/E and Massage Therapy C/E. You receive 1 CEU for each hour of class instruction. Please inform the SBDC when registering (541) 956-7494 if you need a certificate to document your CE credits so we can provide it at the end of your class.
 
Day Dates Time Place
Tues/Thurs 10/19-10/21 6-9:00 p.m. SBDC
 
The cost for this class is $127.

 

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Testimonies: "This class gave me the knowledge and experience to set goals for my business to grow and be successful. Thank you."  Kriston Parker

This course goes behind the scenes and really educates someone on how to break numbers down for accurate feedback.”  Laura Kennedy