I love helping my clients nothing brings me more satisfaction than seeing them grow and further their businesses. I care about their business just as much as I care about mine, and I treat each business the way I would want mine to be treated.
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Since I would like for people to see my business more than just another dollar bill, I look at and view other people's businesses as so much more than that.
I have more than 6 years experience in the following areas:
- Accounts payable management
- accounts receivables management
- Cash management
The functional responsibilities were maintaining Accounts, ledgers, debtors, creditors, payment/receipts transactions.
Responsible for the full spectrum of finance and accounting matters, including regular monthly and quarterly management accounts and financial reports, tax and corporate secretarial functions.
Preparation and verification of Invoices. Handle full sets of accounts. Prepare monthly, quarterly, year end management and statutory reporting
Assist in handling partial set of accounts-Accounts Payable or Accounts Receivable Functions
Handling of payment vouchers, recording of receipts, invoice matching, and Cheque preparation, issuing and receiving of cheque.
Prepare monthly Statement of Accounts to customers. Tax invoice, credit note, debit note and receipt.
Responsible for revenue, debtors and customer reconciliation. Bank reconciliation. Monthly reporting of financials
Getting the quotations from the vendor and Creation of purchase orders, Follow up on PO mismatches with the business. And analyzing the best price through quotations.
Reconciliation of daily collections from various payment modes. Prepares daily bank deposits according to company policies and procedures. Preparation of M.I.S. reports as needed by management.
Preparation of necessary documents for LC negotiation & opening. Prepare and verify weekly & monthly invoices.
Maintenance of cash and bank transactions. Debtors and Creditors reconciliation. Preparing Debtors ageing analysis...
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