Finance for Non-Financiers 4: Special Finances
In Finance for Non-Financiers: Advanced Finances, Jos Saul Velsquez Restrepo provides information about high-level finance management. From discussing basic, special, and professional finances, Restrepo focuses on advanced finances in this book. He begins with an introduction of managemental costs, where he educates readers how to find the best approach and the most suitable procedure in calculating the exact cost of a service. From here, the author probes into strategic finances, cash flow, inflation, absorptions and mergers, splits, and more macro-finance subjects. With all the information presented, this book becomes ideal for those who wish to improve their grasp on theories of advanced finances. The contents of this book are based on situations that may arise in the business world and finances; this approach makes it easier for readers to apply theories in real life.
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