The PDF you're about to download includes 20 short, fun accounting lessons that can be completed in several hours.
They could be the most financially empowering hours you ever spend.
Jameson Galey, CPA
"I particularly liked the creativity and originality that went into the narratives… [Accounting Boot Camp] meets a definite need in the educational marketplace: financial literacy—especially relating to accounting and other economic concepts—is just not well taught at the primary and secondary levels. When it is taught, it isn’t in a way that is practical, applied, or all that user friendly."
S. Michael Sury, McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin
"Somehow, Galey has made a topic that is typically unimaginative and dry to read about fun! I recently moved from a sales position into finance at work and this comic really helped put certain concepts into perspective for me. I also recommend his comic on Depreciation. I look forward to reading more!”
"Non Accountants describe accounting as boring but using storytelling to teach accounting is very creative I must say. It is interesting and educative. Cheers.”
Steffia Imoesi, Associate Chartered Accountant
"This was a great idea to combine accounting with story telling! It really made things fun and easy to understand!”
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The Income Statement, Assets, Liabilities, Owners' Equity, Debits and Credits
Depreciation, Amortization, Gains and Losses, Fixed vs. Variable Costs, Inventory
Fractions, Decimals, Ratios, Number Properties, Probability
Working Capital, Return on Investment, Operating Cash Flow, Straight-Line Rent, Cash Conversion