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Accounts Receivable Work Experience Letter

Accounts Receivable Experience Letter
This sample accounts receivable work experience letter shows how to build an exp. certificate for an ex-employee using job duties and sort attributes such as date of message, employer info, and organization stamp.
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Work Experience Letter Sample for "Accounts Receivable"
Date ________
To,
(Name of the person)______________
(Address) ______________

To Whom It May Concern

This is to certify that ...(employee title) ... (employee name) was working at ...(organization name) as "accounts receivable" from ... (joining date) to ...(last working date).

During this period, his services were found to be satisfactory in carrying out the job duties. His responsibilities were to:

1) Monitor receivables unapplied cash balances

2) Prepare customers account reconciliations

3) Analyze discrepancies open items

4) Identify discrepancies between projected revenues input vs capitation payment backup

5) Work with account managers group accounts and varies units to reconcile and research plan discrepancies between revenue cash receipts

6) Review all unposted cash receipts registers for employer groups for receipts recorded

7) Ensure that cash receipts match daily deposit totals

8) Identify past due slow paying accounts with clients or account managers

9) Assist in reconciliations by comparing balances to daily book balance reporting any discrepancies to manager - a/r or a/r supervisor

10) Assist accounts receivable supervisor manager – a/r in preparing quarterly accounts receivable reports

11) Support manager - a/r director in annual audit preparation

12) Apply principles of accounting maintains the financial records in a manner consistent with generally accepted accounting principles

13) Provide support back-up for revenue input cash receipts processing

We wish him/her all the best in his future


...(employer name)
...(employer position)
...(organization sign/stamp)


Posted by: Amr ElKashef | Author:

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