Senior Financial Accountant

Job Description

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As a Senior Financial Accountant, you will prepare monthly financial statements, supporting schedules and journal entries, ensuring that all reconcile with the general ledger

Your areas of responsibility in this role will generally include:

  • Responsible for fixed asset accounting and maintain the fixed asset records.
  • Reconcile cash and bank accounts.
  • Process monthly close for circulation and advertising system.
  • Responsible for all inventory accounting and comparison with prior periods and budgets.
  • Prepare Product Profit & Loss analysis as needed.
  • Participate in the preparation of the annual budget for all business units.
  • Prepare quarterly and annual tax returns including Property, sales and excise tax forms.
  • Record all revenue accounting activities to ensure that revenues and receivables are accurately reported, invoiced, and presented in prevailing accounting pronouncements.
  • Reconcile revenue issues including but not limited to reclassifications and adjustments.
  • Responsible for reconciling the sub-ledger and the general ledger and handling revenue and cost of sale analysis and calculations.
  • Research and resolving billing discrepancies.
  • Responsible for 1099 research and resolution.
  • Backup Account Payable and Receivable desks.
  • Preparation of month end and quarterly financial statements

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