Foreign Financial and Accounting Training

PGDIFA

Post Graduate Diploma in Indian & Foreign Accounting.

DIFA

Diploma in Indian & Foreign Accounting.

ACFA

Advance Certification in Finance & Accounting

CFA

Certification in Finance & Accounting

SAP B1

SAP Business One

ADFM

Advanced Diploma in Financial Management

DFM-PT

Diploma in Financial Management PeachTree

DFM-QB

Diploma in Financial Management QuickBooks

PGDIFA

Post Graduate Diploma in Indian & Foreign Accounting

  • SAP FICO - Financial Accounting and Controlling
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with GST
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with VAT
  • PeachTree
  • Quickbooks
  • Microsoft Excel

DIFA

Diploma in Indian & Foreign Accounting

  • SAP FICO - Financial Accounting and Controlling
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with GST
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with VAT

ACFA

Advance Certification in Finance & Accounting

  • SAP FICO - Financial Accounting and Controlling

CFA

Certified Finance & Accounting

  • Tally ERP 9.0 with GST
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with VAT

SAP B1

SAP Business One

  • SAP Business One

ADFM

Advanced Diploma in Financial Management

  • PeachTree
  • Quickbooks

DFM-QB

Diploma in Financial Management QB

  • Quickbooks

DFM-PT

Diploma in Financial Management PT

  • PeachTree





Frequently Asked Questions

What is foreign accounting?

Foreign exchange accounting or FX accounting is a financial concept to define the corporate treasurers’ exercise consisting of reporting all the company’s transactions in currencies different than their functional currency.

What is Difa course?

Diploma In Financial Accounting (DIFA) is one of the best course for the freshers or experienced accountants to enhance their professional skills.

What is financial accounting course?

Financial accounting is the process of recording, categorizing, and reporting the transactions of a business.

What is scope of international accounting?

Consolidation of foreign financial statements, reporting and disclosure. Segment and international reporting. Management Accounting. Analysis of foreign financial statements

What are the 5 types of accounts?

The chart of accounts organizes your finances into five major categories, called accounts: assets, liabilities, equity, revenue and expenses.

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