Develop and maintain financial records. Accountants compile and compute business budgets, implement accounts payable and receivable, and develop reports in order to determine ways to slash costs and boost income. They are also in charge of the paying the company’s taxes and completing returns in a timely and accurate manner.
Accountants need a strong technical understanding of software like QuickBooks or SAP Business Suite. They should also be skilled at creating and reading charts/diagrams, interpreting statistics, prioritizing, and multitasking.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Assists the Company Controller in performing the month-end close activities which includes: Maintain general ledger accounts and prepare journal entries for accruals and variances...
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month end close process with corporate journal entries Assist Accounting/Finance Management with external and internal audit requests Update and organize accounting GL Master data as needed Benefits...
Organizational Relationship: This Shelbyville Plant Senior Cost Accountant reports to the Shelbyville Plant Controller....Remote Work
statements, annual budgets, monthly and quarterly forecasts Participate in the monthly closing, including accruals, monthly reconciliations for balance sheet accounts and proposing journal entries...
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