Robert Half Director of Accounting in Nashville, Tennessee
Description Create and analyze liability, asset, and capital accounts by compiling electronic data and required documentation
Summarize and prepare financial status and transactions reports, including a profit and loss statement, and other necessary reports
Comply with all federal, state, and local protocols including legal requirements, and interpret new and existing legislation
Create a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) manual for accounting policy and regulations, and roll out reconciliation procedures
Monitor and maintain a new audit system by implementing new policies and procedures in the finance department
Guide junior accountants and other staff by answering questions and coordinating informational classes
Focus on tax compliance, state business registration, contract review, and non-profit tax filing
Play a vital part in the company's financial management which includes all account reconciliations and reporting to necessary parties Requirements Academic Journals, Adjusting Journal Entries, Journal Entries, Adjusting Journal Entries
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