Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include
Accountants are responsible for preparing and reviewing the financial documents of businesses and individuals for accuracy and legal compliance.
Accounting Clerks perform clerical duties, such as maintaining financial records and recording payroll, expenditures and other information.
Accounting Managers oversee accounting department operations, such as filing and recording information pertaining to cash transactions, revenue, auditing, accounts payable/receivable and payroll.
The main responsibility of an Accounts Payable Clerk is to receive and process invoices and ensure that a company's bills are paid in a timely manner.
An Accounts Receivable Clerk records payments made to a company and sends invoices to clients or customers for products purchased or services rendered.
An Audit Manager is responsible for overseeing an audit department's staff and ensuring all reports meet regulatory and legal requirements.
Auditors often work for the IRS and conduct compliance audits on both individuals and businesses at the state and federal levels.>
Billing Analysts are mainly responsible for preparing and sending out company invoices for payment and coordinating invoices and balance sheets.
Bookkeepers maintain a company's general ledger that contains details about financial transactions, from payments and deposits to information about payroll, accounts payable/receivable and inventory.
Chief Accountants are also known as Senior Financial Accountants. They analyze a company's business information and act as advisors in all financial matters.
It is up to a Compliance Auditor to review company operations and ensure they are working within state and federal regulatory guidelines.
Controllers are generally heads of accounting departments and oversee all CPA activities, such as the analysis and recording of costs, payroll, budgets and tax compliance.
Well-versed in business accounting, Corporate Accountants prepare a company's income taxes, consolidate financial statements, reconcile accounts and create departmental budgets.
Corporate Tax Accountants prepare company tax statements and develop tax strategies in addition to assisting with internal audits and budget development.
The main role of a Cost Accountant is to create and implement budgets and analyze costs for projects, production and inventory.
A CPA, or Certified Public Accountant, works with companies and individuals to prepare income tax and financial transaction statements.
External Auditors check a clients' financial reports, such as balance sheets and income statements, to ensure accuracy and adherence to accounting standards.
Financial Accountants review the fiscal performance of a company and often work with specific software programs to prepare reports for shareholders and other public entities.
Forensic Accountants assess accounting systems and investigate fraud, theft, embezzlement and other crimes relating to corporate finance departments.
General Accountants work with accounting firms or corporate finance departments and prepare and review various types of financial reports, including balance sheets and tax returns.
Internal Auditors conduct reviews of an organization's financial activities and operations regarding fraud, mismanagement, risk and regulatory compliance.
Accountants are responsible for preparing and reviewing the financial documents of businesses and individuals for accuracy and legal compliance.Junior Accountants are essentially entry-level employees who assist senior accountants in preparing financial statements and tax returns.
Entry-level Junior Auditors assists senior auditors in gathering and analyzing financial data and preparing audit reports for companies and clients.
Management Accountants oversee all aspects of a company's financial activity, from cost estimating and forecasting to assessing compensation and benefits packages.
From calculating paychecks to preparing payroll ledgers, Payroll Accountants essentially oversee the entire payroll operation of a company.
Senior Accountants generally act as advisors for organizations, assisting them throughout financial decision-making processes from spending money to reconciling accounts.
A Senior Auditor oversees the duties of all auditing staff and participates in the evaluation and completion of internal or external auditing reports.
Tax Accountants help individual and corporate clients prepare income tax returns and answer all questions regarding investing and federal, state and local taxation.
Tax Auditors evaluate tax records and reports for individuals and companies and help to identify fraud, offer suggestions for improvement and ensure compliance to tax regulations.
A Treasurer is essentially a financial manager who is responsible for helping companies plan their finances, raise funds, advise on investments and evaluate financial risks.