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What are the duties of an Account Receivable Specialist?
At Tax Network, our Specialists wear a lot of different hats. They are equipped with the skills and knowledge to help your business in several different areas. No matter your needs, you can contact us today. Call us at 1-855-225-1040
An Account Receivable Specialist will provide you with:
- Process accounts receivable transactions
- Continuous evaluation of current policies and recommendations for process improvements
- Handle sensitive information in a confidential manner
- Provide support for internal and external audits
- Prepare cash receipts for processing
- Perform account reconciliations in a timely and accurate manner
- Manage collection efforts and associated functions
How will an Account Receivable Specialist help me?
The Account Receivable Specialist will help your business get organized with your Account Receivables for tax purposes. We make it easy for you, and we do the real work. If you want your taxes to be set up correctly then contact the Tax Specialists at Tax Network USA.
What is Accounts Receivable?
Accounts receivable (AR) is the balance of money due to a firm for goods or services. These goods or services have been used but have not been paid for yet by the customers. AR is for purchases that have been made on credit. Accounts receivables are listed on the balance sheet as a current asset.
Example of Accounts Receivable
An example of an accounts receivable includes a water company that bills the clients after they have already received the water. The water company records an account receivable for unpaid invoices as it waits for customers to pay their bills.
What is the difference between Accounts Receivable vs Payable?
Receivables represent funds that are owed to the company. Payable represents money that the company owes to someone else.
Do I need an Accounts Receivable Specialist?
If you have a business that you want to keep organized, it is recommended that you have an Accounts Receivable Specialist. There are a lot of good reasons to have one, as mentioned above. Less stress and work for you, we are here to help.
Contact us today at Tax Network USA for help!