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Capital Expenditures

Capital expenditures, depreciation, and amortization are fundamental forecast assumptions in the financial modeling and valuation processes. This course will cover how to apply these metrics to forecast the fixed assets in the balance sheet, the depreciation and amortization expense in the income statement, and the purchase of capital expenditures in the cash flow statement. You will apply these theoretical concepts to industry and organizational performance to make accurate decisions as they relate to capital expenditure purchases and financial reporting.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Examine the impact of capital expenditures as they relate to financial and accounting reporting metrics
2. Examine the most common methods to forecast capital expenditures, depreciation, and amortization.
3. Build a capital expenditures budget that is in line with the financial projection for the organization and industry performance
4 Analyze the different methods of depreciation and amortization based on the intrinsic useful life of the property and build fixed asset schedules to calculate appropriate depreciation and amortization expenses

Presenter:
Maria Pearman
Principal
Perkins Accounting