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How can Finance tutoring help you?

Many educational programs now include a requirement that students complete a class in financial literacy. Topics covered usually include spending and saving money, credit and debt, employment and income, investing, risk management, insurance, and overall financial decision making. The material covered is very practical and applicable to the real world.

The concepts in finance classes may be difficult to understand for some, and students may require additional assistance. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors may help you connect with an independent tutor in Portland who may assist you in understanding concepts you're struggling with in finance classes.

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Portland, OR Finance tutoring
We did 70 progress test problems. He did very well on them, scored in the mid-70s on both of them. I believe he is very prepared for the test tomorrow.
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Portland, OR Finance tutoring
The student and I spent this session working on problems related to shareholders' equity, and in particular, accounting for treasury stock transactions. Overall, I was impressed with his handling of the subject matter and thought he did a nice job. He seems to have a better understanding of the different between accounting for new equity issuance and treasury stock transactions. We will meet again tomorrow.
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The student and I went through her practice test for chapter 6 today which covered a number of similar topics that we discussed in our last tutoring session. She had trouble with a couple of problems, specifically regarding errors where A/P and A/R were involved, Petty Cash, and a few bank reconciliations problems. We made a LOT of progress in these areas and I believe that she is more comfortable with the concepts. However, we decided that the best way to improve is more practice to solidify her knowledge and to make sure that she doesn't get confused when there is different wording. I am going to send her extra problems in these areas and we will meet again this week to make sure she understands the previous chapters and doesn't fall behind in chapter 7!
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Portland, OR Finance tutoring
During our session, the student and I covered the slides provided to her by her teacher for Chapter 12 in further detail. Chapter 12 covered concepts and problems relating to stockholders' equity transactions and the statement of cash flows. We discussed many of the concepts presented in the slides; such as benefits of a corporation versus a proprietorship, the differences between common and preferred stock, different types of dividends and how to record transactions for these issuances, and the differences between the indirect and direct method of presentation of the statement of cash flows (just to name a few items). We also completed a few problems to demonstrate how these types of transactions would be recorded. The student has a quiz on this material on Thursday, so she is going to continue to go over the material again to prepare herself for the upcoming quiz. She will reach out to me when she's ready to schedule her next session.
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Portland, OR Finance tutoring
We covered journal entries, and FIFO and LIFO Costing Inventory methods. Students seems to be doing pretty well with understanding the items.
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Portland, OR Finance tutoring
We covered different depreciation methods used in accounting, capital expenditures vs. revenue expenditures, and also when it is appropriate to capitalize expenses. The student did not struggle with any of the concepts. I think we spent the most time going over the different depreciation methods (in particular double declining balance), as they tend to be a little complicated.
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