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Job Summary

Bookkeepers are professionals who manage financial transactions and maintain accurate financial records for businesses and organizations.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Record financial transactions, including purchases, sales, receipts, and payments, using accounting software or manual record-keeping systems.
  • Reconcile bank and credit card statements, ensuring that all transactions are recorded accurately, and any discrepancies are identified and resolved.
  • Create and maintain financial reports, such as income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements, to track the financial health of the business or organization.
  • Prepare and file tax returns and other financial documents, such as payroll reports and sales tax filings, in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
  • Communicate with clients or internal stakeholders, such as managers and executives, to provide updates on financial status and answer any questions or concerns.
  • Manage accounts payable and accounts receivable, including issuing invoices, processing payments, and tracking outstanding balances.
  • Monitor and analyze financial data to identify trends and potential issues, and provide recommendations to improve financial performance.
  • Stay up to date on accounting regulations and best practices, and participate in training or professional development opportunities to improve skills and knowledge.

The specific duties and responsibilities of a bookkeeper may vary depending on the size and complexity of the business or organization, as well as the industry or sector in which they work.