Issues related with accounts receivable, Accounting Basics

What are the issues related with Accounts receivable?

Ans) As the Accounts Receivable, you will:


? Oversee and determine all issues related to cash application to make sure accuracy
? Reconcile daily routine cash receipts to payment register
? Design and execute new Accounts Receivable processes and procedures
? Process small payment and accounts receivable adjustment forms
? Develop and keep reports to assess team productivity
? Invoice special customer accounts

 

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