What are the tasks of financial accountants?
Financial accountants are responsible for all aspects of monetary transactions within a company. Their tasks include the management of incoming and outgoing invoices, dunning, the posting of business transactions and the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements and statistics. In addition, they act as contact persons for the management board and for (tax) auditors.
In our digitalised world, they usually need to be proficient in maintaining master data.
- Accounting and dunning
- Preparation of financial statements and statistics
- Master data maintenance
- Preparation of information for the management board
- Acting as a contact person for auditors