Provides financial information tomanagement by researching and analyzing accounting data; preparingreports.
Prepares asset, liability, andcapital account entries by compiling and analyzing accountinformation.
Documents financial transactionsby entering account information.
Recommendsfinancial actions by analyzing accounting options.
Summarizes current financial status by collectinginformation; preparing balance sheet, profit and loss statement,and other reports.
Substantiates financialtransactions by auditing documents.
Maintainsaccounting controls by preparing and recommending policies andprocedures.
Guides accounting clerical staffby coordinating activities and answering questions.
Reconciles financial discrepancies by collecting andanalyzing account information.
Securesfinancial information by completing database backups.
Maintains financial security by following internalcontrols.
Prepares payments by verifyingdocumentation, and requesting disbursements.
Answers accounting procedure questions by researching andinterpreting accounting policy and regulations.
Complies with federal, state, and local financial legalrequirements by studying existing and new legislation, enforcingadherence to requirements, and advising management on neededactions.
Prepares special financial reports bycollecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information andtrends.
Maintains customer confidence andprotects operations by keeping financial informationconfidential.