Our self-paced accounting courses are a fun and engaging way to meet your academic goals. Our short lessons taught by expert accounting instructors can help you review essential concepts, complete homework assignments and prepare for the most challenging exams. Read more
How It Works
- Select a course: Our accounting courses cover fundamentals of the field, financial accounting and more. You can even earn an accounting certificate or prepare for CLEP exams.
- Watch fun and engaging video lessons: Each of our courses consists of brief video lessons that are easy to follow and packed with key information.
- Test your skills with practice quizzes and exams: Each video lesson includes a short quiz to help you assess your knowledge right away.
- Get help from our expert instructors: Our accounting instructors are some of the best in the world, and they're here to answer your questions.
Who Our Courses Are For
- Students who want accounting homework help or practice
- Students interested in flexible tutoring options
- Teachers seeking alternative instructional resources from a reliable site
- Students preparing for CLEP exams
- Students who enjoy web-based multimedia learning more than dry textbooks
Why Our Courses Work
- Lessons designed for the real world: Our instructors make accounting principles a cinch to master with real-world examples and straightforward lessons designed to help you succeed.
- Learn at your own pace: Study whenever it's convenient for you - our materials are available around the clock. Watch lessons when you want, wherever you want and on any device you'd like.
- Get the all-access pass: Our vast and constantly growing library of courses can satisfy just about any educational appetite. Your single subscription grants you access to the entire catalog!
- Track your progress: Your personalized dashboard helps you track what you've learned so far and what you still need to master.
Browse Video Courses
- How to Calculate Asset Turnover Ratio: Formula & Example
- Net Sales: Definition & Formula
- What Is a General Ledger? - Definition & Examples
- How to Calculate Depreciation Expense: Definition & Formula
- Matching Principle in Accounting: Definition & Examples
- What Is a Promissory Note? - Definition & Example
- Stockholder's Equity: Definition & Formula
- Going Concern Principle in Accounting: Definition & Example
- Conservatism in Accounting: Definition & Principle
- Interest Rate Risk: Definition, Formula & Models
- What Is a General Journal in Accounting? - Definition, Format & Examples
- What Is Double-Entry Accounting? - Basics & Examples
- Financial Leverage: Definition, Formula & Calculation
- How to Calculate Future Value: Formula & Example
- Current Ratio in Accounting: Definition, Formula & Analysis
- Coupon Rate: Definition, Formula & Calculation
- What Is Net Pay? - Definition & How to Calculate
- Total Expenses: Ratio, Formula & Quiz
- Calculate Ending Inventory: Formula, Lesson & Quiz
- Calculating Beginning Inventory: Formula, Lesson & Quiz
- Substantive Procedures in Auditing: Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- What is a Corrective Action Plan? - Definition, Procedures & Examples
- What is a Savings Account? - Definition, Types & Quiz
- What Is a Risk Assessment? - Process, Methods & Examples
- What Is a Financial Plan for a Business? - Definition, Example & Quiz
- What Is Financial Reporting? - Purpose, Statement Examples & Analysis
- Financial Audit: Definition, Procedure & Requirements
- Current Liabilities: Definition, Examples & Quiz
- Projected Income: Example, Lesson & Quiz
- Zero-Based Budgeting: Definition, Advantages, Disadvantages & Examples
- Financial Goal: Definition, Examples & Quiz
- Liabilities in Accounting: Definition, Examples & Quiz
- Non-Current Liabilities on a Balance Sheet: Definition, Examples & Quiz
- Top-Down Budgeting: Definition, Process & Advantages
- What Is Financial Data? - Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- Variances in Budgets: Definition, Calculations & Analysis
- Cost of Goods: Definition, Calculation & Quiz
- Flexible Budgeting: Advantages, Lesson & Quiz
- Short-Term Debt: Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- Net Loss: Definition, Formula & Quiz
- What Is a Bank Loan? - Lesson & Quiz
- Financial Documents: Definition, Types & Business Examples
- What Is Net Income? - Definition, Formula & Quiz
- What Is Cash Flow? - Definition, Calculation & Example
- Calculating Total Equity: Definition, Formula & Quiz
- Total Liabilities: Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- Shareholder Equity: Definition, Formula & Quiz
- What Is Revenue? - Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- What Is Accounts Payable? - Definition, Examples & Quiz
- What Is Capital? - Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- Liquidity Ratio: Definition, Calculation & Analysis
- Non-Current Assets: Definition, Examples & Quiz
- Net Profit: Definition, Calculation & Quiz
- Total Assets: Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- What Is Gross Profit? - Definition, Formula, Calculation
- What Are Company Financial Statements? - Definition, Analysis & Examples
- Financial Transactions: Types, Lesson & Quiz
- Long-Term Debt: Definition, Cost & Formula
- What Are Assets? - Definition, Examples & Quiz
- What Is GAAP? - Definition, Standards & Requirements
- What Is Debt Ratio? - Calculation, Lesson & Quiz
- What Are Current Assets? - Definition, Examples & Calculation
Education Portal's 53 instructors bring a diverse array of experience and expertise to each course. From teaching philosophy in Athens, Greece, to exploring the mystery of genetics, each instructor is uniquely qualified to bring students the best online learning experience possible. Meet them now!
Jessica Bayliss, M.S.Jessica is our Director of Education and leads the development of Education Portal's courses. She has 10 years of experience in education and online teaching. Her work with students of all age levels drives her belief in the power of online resources to make higher education more affordable and efficient. Jessica's favorite part of the day is reading feedback from Education Portal's students. She has a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois and a master's degree in instructional technology from Texas A&M - Kingsville.
Greg Chin, Ph.D.Greg has taught genetics, molecular biology, and general biology to high school, collegiate, and post-graduate students at Stanford University, the University of California, Los Angeles, Santa Clara University and the Dolan DNA Learning Center at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. He has also taught science workshops for the general public and led biology teacher enrichment workshops throughout the U.S. He received a B.S. in Genetics from the University of California, Davis, and a Ph.D. from Stanford University. Find out how your genes work in Greg's introduction to genetics video lesson!
Max Pfingsten, M.Ed.Max has taught classics, history and philosophy at a variety of levels at the Dikemes Academy in Athens, the Boulder Valley School District, University of Colorado at Boulder and the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA). His work is noteworthy for its synthesis of technology and simulation with more traditional teaching approaches. He received a B.A. in Classics from Depauw University, a M.A. in Classics from University of Colorado at Boulder, and a M.Ed. from Jones International University. See Socrates come to life in Max's lesson on the life, death, and philosophy of the great Socrates.
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