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Programes and Courses

Business

Financial Management – LEA.AC

program courses

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  • CPA3 - Payroll Fundamentals 2
  • Calculate the remittances of an organization to federal, provincial and third party stakeholders. Prepare accounting documentation for payroll. Complete year end documentation. Communicate all aspects of the organization’s remittances, as well as accounting and year end requirements to stakeholders (internal, external and governmental).

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  • CPA2 - Payroll Fundamentals 1
  • Calculate regular employee pay. Calculate non-regular employee pay. Calculate termination payments. Prepare the Record of Employment (ROE). Communicate all aspects of employee pay requirements to the various stakeholders.

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  • CPA1 - Payroll Compliance Legislation
  • Describe payroll’s objectives and stakeholders. Identify an employer/employee relationship. Apply federal and provincial legislation to payroll including: The Canada Pension Plan; The Employment Insurance Act; The Income Tax Act; Employment Standards legislation; Worker’s Compensation Acts; as well as the Quebec-specific legislation. Communicate the payroll compliance requirements to various stakeholders.

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  • 410-PE2-ID - End of Studies – Project II
  • Subjects – Application of the Technical Elements Covered During the Program. Real World Application of Interpersonal Skills in Relation to the Profession.

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  • 410-PE1-ID - End of Studies – Project I
  • Subjects – Application of the Technical Elements Covered During the Program. Real World Application of Interpersonal Skills in Relation to the Profession.

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  • 410-DA1-ID - Development of Computerized Applications
  • Subjects – Creating and using worksheets. Computerized functions: statistical, financial and logical functions. Data analysis functions. Data tables and scenario management. Basic and advanced features of a database management system. Creating, maintaining and querying a database. Creating forms, reports and advanced queries. Customizing reports and forms and integrating Access with other programs. Business case study.

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  • 410-1FN-ID - Introduction to Finance
  • Subject - Financial Statements Analysis with Ratios. Financial Forecasts with Tendencies Analysis, Horizontal Results Analysis. Forecasted Financial Statements (Income Statements, Balance Sheet, Statement of Retained Earnings, Cash Flow Budget). Accounts Receivable Management.Client Accounts: Categories of Accounts, Bad Debts, Estimation Methods.

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  • 410-PFP-ID - Personal Financial Planning
  • Subjects – Personal financial planning: Net value statement, personal debt management, income statements, retirement planning. Fiscal planning and strategy. Investment management: risk and profit analysis, risk aversion, terms, types of investments, portfolio diversification. Investment trusts and mutual funds: advantages and disadvantages. Funds categories and selection of funds. Registered retirement savings plan (RRSP): fiscal aspects, self-administered RRSP spousal, home buyer’s plan. Risk management. Life insurance: identifying insurance needs.

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  • 410-CP3-ID - Accounting III
  • Subjects – Accounting transactions related to assets management. Accounting transactions related to liabilities. Financial accounting and general partnerships. Statement of changes in financial position.

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  • 410-1FS-ID - Introduction to Taxation
  • Subjects – Statement of Remuneration Paid (T-4 Form), employment and other income Form (Form 1). Revenues from interest and dividends for individuals. Calculation of net revenue from renting for individuals. Deductions for each category of revenue. Taxation calculation for individuals taking into account deductions income credits. Income tax reporting software.

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  • 410-CAG-ID - Introduction to Management Accounting
  • Subject - Business Transactions and Bookkeeping. Manufacturing Statements with a General Accounting System. Manufacturing Cost Function in Cost Accounting. Decision Process using Cost Analysis. Calculation of Cost Deviation between Standard Costs and Real Costs and Deviation Analysis and Business Performance Analysis. Financial Accounting and Stock Companies.

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  • 410-CP2-ID - Accounting II
  • Subjects – Introduction to Payroll practices and procedures: Payroll deductions, calculation of taxable salary. Salaries, social charges and employee benefits recording. Employment standards, employee remuneration, taxable benefits, Canada and Quebec Pension Plan contributions, Employment Insurance premiums, income tax, calculating net pay, income forms.

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  • 410-ECM-ID - Economy and Marketing Fundamentals
  • Subjects – Introduction to Economic Principles: Demand, Supply and Price Setting. Introduction to Marketing Principles: Market, Market Analysis, Data Collection, Consumer Behaviour, Product Pricing, Product Distribution and Product Promotion.

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  • 410-ULC-ID - Using Accounting Software
  • Subject - Accounting Procedures in a Computerized Environment. Using Accounting Software. Recording of Transactions. Period End Procedures

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  • 410-0ED-ID - Introduction to Business Organization and Business Law
  • Subjects – Quebec legal system. Business law terminology used in business organizations. Legal implications of business transactions. Business organizations and management activities. Creating companies..

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  • 410-1T1-ID - Introduction to Information Technology
  • Subject - Software and Operating Systems. Different Functions of the Computer. Usage of Objects in the Windows Environment. Working with Files and Directories. Internet and Web Usage

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  • 410-CP1-ID - Accounting I
  • Subjects - Introduction to Accounting. Financial statements and accounting transactions. Analyzing and recording transactions. Calculation and recording of provincial and federal sale taxes. Trial balance preparation. Adjusting entries. Closing entries and chargeback.