Color Accounting (CA) – Joy of Accounting

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$495.00

Why Color Accounting?

Color Accounting™ is REAL accounting. 

Color Accounting™  is a revolutionary new way of learning and becoming competent and knowledgeable in accounting and its DISTINCT financial language. For tens of thousands of students, managers, lawyers and leaders from Australia to San Francisco, Color Accounting™  has made a life-changing impact on their skill and confidence, communication and success.

In “the language of accounting” FINANCIAL LITERACY is absolutely vital for both accounting-minded professionals as well as those non-accounting individuals who need to make more effective business decisions and review financial information to achieve the company’s goals. Color Accounting™ serves as a BRIDGE between these two groups. Ask yourself:

Do you or your associates struggle with:                                             

  • Communicating effectively with business owners or other professionals, in accounting or other areas of a business? 
  • Making optimal financial decisions? 
  • Understanding and meeting financial goals? 
  • How their role impacts profitability? 
  • Producing a realistic budget? 
  • Being intimidated by financial information? 

What if you could:

  • Use a common financial language 
  • Confidently make great decisions more quickly 
  • Understand the importance of various financial goals 
  • See clearly how your role impacts the organization 
  • Create budgets based on latest financial information
  • Fluently read and understand financial statements.
 

Financial Literacy is absolutely required if you want to increase your overall business success. Color Accounting™ teaches Financial Literacy in a very easy-to-understand method!

This could be the best investment that you ever make in yourself. 

When you sign-up for and enroll in the Color Accounting™ Self-Study program you will be shipped your own personal BaSIS Box. Inside, it contains the acclaimed Live Workshop elements: your BaSIS Framework™ and your personal self-study materials.

Your online course portal will contain everything you need: a downloadable Study Guide for each lesson, more than 9 hours of instruction in our 60+ informative videos, online quizzes to gauge your progress, a Student Forum, and access to a qualified accountant for support.

Color Accounting Self Study Workshop

  • The closest possible experience to attending the live one-day workshop without being there.
  • Instruction from the co-founders of Color Accounting: Peter Frampton and Mark Robilliard.
  • The hybrid approach: digital instruction and physical resources are the unique combination designed to appeal to all learning styles.
  • More than 60 instructional videos in the course with interactive activities and variations.
  • The LMS is browser-based and therefore works on any device.
  • Equates to 9 hours of class time.
  • Good balance between ‘watching’ and ‘doing’.
  • Government-authorized certificate on successful completion awarded by UAC.
  • Direct access to Mark Robilliard as the course mentor.
  • Full student courseware kit – shipped free within the US and Canada.

Background

Color Accounting™ is a new way to understand accounting for those who are not in the accounting field. It has been evolving for over twenty years. Color Accounting™ gives the student the ability to communicate effectively on all things accounting, regardless of the audience!

Color Accounting™  was initially used as an accelerated learning system for adults, for corporate education in the workplace. Students respond quicker to conceptual information presented graphically and spatially. Many examples continually surface showing how Color Accounting™  enhances traditional accounting teaching. 

The Color Accounting™ system is used around the world as a BRIDGE connecting accounting professionals with BUSINESS OWNERS and associates who are not accounting-minded, with the incredible language of accounting, in a simple and fun learning method. Now it is available to you as the accounting professional!

Course curriculum

  • Welcome from Peter and Roger

  • The Joy of Accounting Manual

  • Orientation to the course by Mark Robilliard, Co-Founder.

  • Welcome to Color Accounting – Study Guide

  • Overview of Color Accounting by Co-Founder Peter Frampton, CEO of Wealthvox Ltd, the owner of the system

  • Welcome to Color Accounting

  • The Joy of Accounting Textbook

  • The Joy of Accounting: Table of Contents

  • Color Accounting Community

  • Module 1: PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING

  • 1-1. WHAT IS ACCOUNTING?

  • The Unique Duality of Accounting

  • What Is Accounting?

  • 500 Years Later, It Still Works!

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: 1. What is Accounting?

  • 1-2. ASSETS

  • All About the Assets: Part 1

  • Assets: Part 1

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: 2. Assets

  • Assets: (cont.)

  • 1-3. SOURCING ASSETS

  • All About the Assets: Part 2

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: 3. Sourcing Assets

  • The Funding Butterfly – Activity

  • 1-4. ACCOUNTING DUALITY

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: Lesson 4. Accounting Duality

  • 1-5. ACCOUNTING EQUATION

  • All About the Assets: Part 3

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: Lesson 5. Accounting Equation

  • 1-6. ACCOUNTING EQUATION: BALANCE SHEET

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: Lesson 6: Accounting Equation: Balance Sheet

  • Part 1 – Lesson 7: Equity: A Deeper Dive

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: Lesson 7. Equity: A Deeper Dive

  • Introduce a Balance Sheet

  • 1-8. JOURNALING THE NEW BUSINESS

  • Journaling the new business (continues in next video)

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: Lesson 8. Journalizing the New Business

  • 1-9. UNPACKING PROFIT

  • Unpacking profit (continues from previous video)

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: Lesson 9. Unpacking Profit

  • 1-10. ACCOUNTING EQUATION: INCOME STATEMENT

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 1: Lesson 10. Accounting Equation: Income Statement

  • Notes to your Color Accounting Community

  • Color Accounting Module 1 Practice Exam

  • MODULE 2: Classic Transactions

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Your Learning Journey, So Far

  • Preparation of the BaSIS Board

  • 2-1. BORROWING CASH

  • Color Logic (= increases and decreases)

  • Color Logic

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Classic Transaction 1 Borrowing Cash

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 1 – January 2

  • Elements affected, and how.

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Classic transaction 1—January 2

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 2 – January 3

  • Elements affected, and how.

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 2 Receive Invested Cash

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 3 – January 4

  • Accounts and effects (tickets)

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 3 Loan Repayment

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 4 – January 5

  • Buying an Asset with Cash

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 4 Buying an Asset with Cash

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 5 – January 25

  • Buying an Asset on Credit

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 5 Buying an Asset on Credit

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 6 (a) – January 30

  • Sale to a Customer for Cash

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 6a Revenue- Sale to Customer for Cash

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 6 (b) – January 30

  • Accounts and effects (tickets)

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 6b Cost of Sale Expense

  • 2-6 (C). THE VALUE CYCLE OF BUSINESS

  • The value cycle of business

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 6c The Value Cycle of Business

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 7 – February 5

  • Window Cleaner

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 7 Expense- Incurred and Paid

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 8(a) – February 10

  • Revenue Earned: Cash Received Later (a)

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 8 Revenue Earned_Cash Received Later (a)

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 8(b) – February 10

  • Revenue Earned: Cash Received Later (b)

  • Part 2 Transaction 8 Revenue Earned_Cash Received Later (b)

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 9 – February 15

  • Cash Received Before Revenue

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 9 Cash Received Before Revenue

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 10 – February 20

  • Accounts and effects (tickets), plus a bonus piece on debits and credits!

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 10 Account Receivable Settled

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 11 – February 25

  • Prepay for an Expense

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 11 Prepay for an Expense

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 12 – March 15

  • Cash Received Before Revenue Earned

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 12 Cash Received Before Revenue

  • Lost Money

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 13 – March 31

  • Accrued Expense Incurred

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 13 Accrued Expense Incurred

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 14 – March 31

  • Depreciation

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 14 Depreciation

  • CLASSIC TRANSACTION 15 – March 31

  • Prepaid Expense: Consumed

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 2: Transaction 15 Prepaid Expense- Consumed Gradually

  • Color Accounting Module 2 Practice Exam

  • You have completed Module 2

  • Module 3: Financial Storytelling & Analysis

  • ACCOUNTING CYCLE

  • Reporting Periods

  • Balance Sheet and Income Statement for Global Retail

  • Financial Statements

  • Completed BaSIS Board

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 3: Lesson 1 Accounting Cycle

  • BaSIS Board close by

  • BUSINESS NARRATIVE

  • Business Narrative

  • Solution – Business Narrative: Global Retail, year ended December 31, 2028

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 3: Lesson 2 The Business Narrative

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 4: Case Study 1

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 4: Case Study 2

  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 4: Case Study 3
  • The Joy of Accounting: PART 4: Case Study 4
  • Color Accounting Module 3 Practice Exam

  • Color Accounting Final Exam
  • Appendix – Regulatory Definitions and Recognition Criteria

  • Glossary

  • The Joy of Accounting: Index

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