Accounting Worksheets

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Financial Statements Templates

Explore the marketplace to find financial statements templates including the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement for your own financial analysis and modeling!
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This Balance Sheet Excel Template provides an example of what a balanced statement in excel looks like and is a…
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Income statement is one of a company’s core financial statements that shows their profit and loss over a period of…
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Download this Cash Flow Statement Excel Template to summarize a company's cash inflows and outflows. The cash flow statement is…
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This Detailed Income Statement Template was created for a Landscaping Irrigation Lighting Company, but can easily be adapted to a…
Double Declining Balance Depreciation Template
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This Double Declining Balance Depreciation Excel Template will use the double-declining method to calculate the depreciation expense. The Double Declining…
Revenue Variance Analysis Template
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Revenue variance analysis calculates the difference between actual sales and expected sales using the sales volume metrics, sales mix metrics,…
Variance Analysis Excel Model Template
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This Variance Analysis Excel Template offers a simple yet useful example for conducting variance analysis. Variance analysis is an analysis…
Accounting Rate of Return Excel Template
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This Accounting Rate of Return Template is an Excel template which helps you compute the return on an investment in…
Activity Based Costing Excel Calculator
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This Excel template is a useful tool to break-down overhead costs, through the activity based costing approach. Activity-based costing allocates…
Bank Reconciliation Statement Excel Template
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A bank reconciliation statement is a tool that is used on a periodic basis to ensure that the company’s cash…
Accounts Payable Excel Template
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This Accounts Payable Excel Template, is an educational resource that highlights where you would find the A/P account on a…
Working Capital Cycle Template
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The working capital cycle is the amount of time it takes a company to convert its working capital into cash.…
Cost Behavior Analysis Excel Template
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This cost behavior analysis template is a tool used by management to understand how a company operates costs change in…
Profitability Index Template
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The Profitability Index (PI), also known as the profit investment ratio (PIR) or value investment ratio (VIR), measures the ratio…
Markup Excel Template
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This simple and easy-to-use Excel template will help you determine a company's markup by entering the required inputs. It is…
Days Inventory Outstanding Excel Template
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This Days Inventory Outstanding Excel Template is a great educational resource to show you how to calculate the number of…
Days Payable Outstanding Excel Template
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Days payable outstanding (DPO) is the the number of days a company takes on average to pay back its suppliers…
Accumulated Depreciation Excel Template
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This Accumulated Depreciation Excel Template is a useful tool to calculate the total depreciation of an asset when given the…
Journal Entries Template
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Journal entries are one of the most important skills accountants and financial analysts must master because they are the first…
Cost of Goods Sold Excel Template
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This Cost of Goods Sold Excel Template is a useful tool to help you calculate COGS through the three different…

Accounting Worksheets and Excel Templates

Browse the library of accounting worksheets and Excel templates to find the tools that best fit your needs.

What is Financial Accounting?

Financial accounting theory explains the “why” of accounting, in particular, the reasons why transactions are recorded and presented the way they are. An accountant must be familiar with how to record journal entries, differentiate all the common accounts used by businesses, understand how financial statements are created, as well as how to accurately compute debit and credit amounts for each account. Financial accounting is about reporting a company’s financial transactions to outside stakeholders including investors and lenders. This section has multiple Financial Accounting Templates that will save you time on your job.

What is Managerial Accounting?

Managerial accounting (a.k.a. cost accounting) is a type of accounting focused on identifying, measuring, analyzing, and interpreting accounting information for internal decision making by the management team of a business. Managerial accounts would use various techniques to provide detailed information about the individual product line, department, operating activity, or function of a company. These techniques include margin analysis, constraint analysis, capital budgeting, product costing, and trend analysis and forecasting. CFI’s Managerial Accounting Templates will reduce the work you have to do!

What You Need to Know About Accounting

For finance and accounting professionals working in the corporate finance, investment banking, financial planning and analysis (FP&A), equity research, and other areas of finance, there are many fundamental aspects of accounting they need to know. Below is a list of some of the most important accounting concepts and theories:

  • Bookkeeping: recording daily financial transactions of a business
  • T Accounts: tracking of debits and credits of company accounts
  • Trial balance: a report that contains all general ledger accounts balances at a specific point of time
  • Journal entries: record of transactions which involve two or more accounts at the same time with equal debits and credits
  • Revenue recognition principle: explains the matching of time and process for recording and recognizing revenue in the financial statements
  • Three financial statements: include the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement
  • Depreciation methods: common ways to calculate depreciation expense for a capital asset (usually property plant and equipment) are (1) straight-line; (2) double declining balance; (3) units of production; (4) sum of years digits
  • Last-in-first-out (LIFO) vs. First-in-first-out (FIFO): the two most commonly used methods to calculate the cost of goods sold and ending inventory of a company
  • International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) vs. US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP): the two widely adhered accounting standards around the world for financial reporting

Popular Accounting Worksheets

Examples of common accounting worksheets include:

  • Accounting rate of return
  • Cash flow worksheet
  • Profit margin spreadsheet
  • Marginal cost of production template
  • Journal entry worksheet
  • Balance sheet template
  • Income statement template
  • Depreciation worksheet
  • Bank reconciliation