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Veterinary Practice Financials: Learning Where to Start

 

By learning key financial principles and techniques, participants in the Veterinary Practice Financials: Learning Where To Start module will be able to evaluate, critique and set sound financial direction for a practice.

Beginning with a review of financial statements, the module will focus on how financial information is analyzed and used by management in decision-making. Key topics include understanding business ratios, cash flow, financial planning, working capital management, debt capacity, capital budgeting and fixed vs. variable costs. The course will make extensive use of veterinary case studies and illustrations.

This online module is made up of four 90-minute synchronous sessions plus 8 hours of synchronous classes over a two-day weekend. 


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Kevin Koharki

Kevin Koharki joined the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University as an associate professor in 2018. Prior to joining Purdue University, Kevin held a tenure track appointment at Washington University in St. Louis.

As a researcher, Kevin has published in leading academic journals, broadly focusing on credit rating agencies and financial institutions. Kevin has taught courses on both managerial accounting and advanced financial accounting, including courses for undergraduates and Executive MBA students.