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CFE CANDIDATES MAY NOT COMPLETE MORE THAN 1,500 OF THEIR REQUIRED EDUCATION CREDITS VIA ONLINE COURSES.

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Profit Mastery Series Bundle   
Profit Mastery Series Module 1 | Profit Mastery Series Module 2 | Profit Mastery Series Module 3| Profit Mastery Series Module 4 | Profit Mastery Series Module 5 | Profit Mastery Series Module 6 |
This is an easy way to buy all the Profit Mastery Frachising Courses.
475
CFE Final Exam   
This Final Exam is designed to test your knowledge on a wide range of subject matter. You will have two attempts to successfully complete the Final Exam. If you are unable to pass the exam in two attempts, you will need to purchase it again. IMPORTANT: From the time you purchase the Final Exam, you will have 90 days to complete; thereafter the course will be removed and you will need to purchase again.
50
CFE Final Exam non-members   
This Final Exam is designed to test your knowledge on a wide range of subject matter. We strongly encourage you to review the ICFE Study Guide Workbook and use the CFE Study Guide Review Quizzes to ready yourself for this Final Exam. 300 CFE Education credits (if enrolled in CFE program)
100
CFE Study Guide Review Quizzes   
This is a series of quizzes with remediation. It is intended to help users prepare for the CFE Final Exam. These quizzes do not count toward your final score and their use is unlimited. There are no CFE credits for taking the review exercises. Credits are awarded only for successful completion of the CFE Final Exam.
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Franchising Basics   
This course is designed to provide individuals with a comprehensive introduction to franchising - especially those individuals who are considering investing in a franchise as a business opportunity. The course describes how franchising works as a business methodology, the questions to ask, the laws and regulations that apply to franchising, the companies and types of businesses that comprise the franchising field, the advantages and disadvantages of franchising, the many different forms of franchising, and sources of additional information - 300 CFE Education credits.
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IFA Franchise Toolkit   
The Franchise Toolkit — is a free course for individuals looking to buy a franchise. It's a series of six tools that provide a comprehensive guide to making the right franchise decision. 100 CFE Education Credits
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Profit Mastery Series Module 1   
In this introductory presentation, participants learn the primary causes of business failures/underperformance and how to avoid them. Understanding the importance of monitoring financial position is stressed, along with an action plan for achieving and maintaining the key steps to “fiscal fitness.” At the conclusion of Introduction to Profit Mastery, attendees will be able to: • Identify the seven components of a complete “Fiscal Physical” • Understand the interrelationships in the Financial Operating Cycle • Know the primary uses for net profits in a business CFE candidates must submit the certificate to the ICFE in order to receive CFE credits. Fax 202-628-0812 or email to Rose DuPont - rdupont@franchise.org

50 CFE Education credits
95
Profit Mastery Series Module 2   
This presentation takes attendees beyond the basics of financial statement analysis in a sophisticated, decision-relevant format. Working through a real-life case study, participants explore the specific techniques of strategic financial analysis. Participants will learn about financial ratios and how to use them to analyze their company’s financial performance and to create change for the future. They will learn how to solve the problems that cause financial distress and quantify the effect of management inefficiency. Attendees will be introduced to the Cause and Effect Road Map and the Profit Mastery Assessment tools. At the conclusion of Monitor Financial Position, attendees will be able to: • Understand the critical need to consistently monitor financial position • Create a practical process, using ratios, to assess financial performance: identifying strengths, weaknesses, and areas of opportunity • Know how to use peer benchmarking in business analysis • Appreciate the dynamic relationships that exist between the balance sheet and income statement CFE candidates must submit the certificate to the ICFE in order to receive CFE credits. Fax 202-628-0812 or email to Rose DuPont - rdupont@franchise.org

50 CFE Education credits
95
Profit Mastery Series Module 3   
Break-Even Analysis is the tool that lets owners and managers gauge the results of changes in costs, volumes, or pricing. Break-Even provides a method to analyze the present to help drive future profits higher. At the conclusion of Price-Volume-Costs, attendees will be able to: •Determine how cost patterns affect profits, and analyze the present to make better decisions about the future •Measure the profitability of individual locations and understand the specific criteria for opening and closing locations or departments •Incorporate Break-Even Analysis into a strategy to manage costs •Plan for growth by exploring effective expansion techniques •Utilize "what if" scenarios to calculate and substantiate specific expansion, pricing, and purchasing decisions CFE candidates must submit the certificate to the ICFE in order to receive CFE credits. Fax 202-628-0812 or email to Rose DuPont - rdupont@franchise.org

50 CFE Education credits
95
Profit Mastery Series Module 4   
This presentation cuts straight to the bottom line with a discussion of why you need to perform cash flow analysis, how to do it, and the impact it can have on the way you run your company. Participants will build a profit plan and cash budget on a step by step basis. The case study also explores the effect of seasonal sales cycles on cash flow and profits. At the conclusion of Cash Flow, attendees will be able to: •Develop a profit plan and cash budget forecast •Identify key patterns of cash flow •Identify the financial impact of different cash flow patterns •Identify the effects of short-term and long-term financial cycles •Determine the differences between net profit and cash flow •Use their forecasts in variance reporting CFE candidates must submit the certificate to the ICFE in order to receive CFE credits. Fax 202-628-0812 or email to Rose DuPont - rdupont@franchise.org

50 CFE Education credits
95
           
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