I'm the "computer" person. My main tasks are A/R related. Sometimes I get depressed because I don't know the technical part about the company's products. Even though I work hard, I feel unimportant sometimes because I don't know the parts, and machinery that we sell
- What do you enjoy about the job?
- What kind of duties do you dislike?
- What made you decide to choose AR as a career?
So my fiancé and I are moving to Mexico soon, and I'm in medical school. At the moment I'm a registered nurse but I'm working on becoming a pediatrician nurse:)
How much would I make in Guadalajara, Mexico in pesos?? How much would it translate to in American $$??
My husband is stationed in fort sill. he is a cbrn specialist and is supposed to be deploying sometime in october (or at least thats when his deployment chances are opened) however he has heard a rumor that he may not be deploying. so what are these chances of him not going? hes going to a r and r spot i think in kuwait or qatar maybe. and also...what are the chances of him deploying?
I have read that you have to get your bsn, obtain certification , work as a nurse for a year, then go to to school for two more years to obtain a specialty....
but i have also read that Certification exams may also be taken in specialty areas after two years of specialty practice. which is correct?
any info you can give me about the career & salary would be very beneficial, thanks.
Do you need any type of degree for this type of profession and how much do they make?
I am a bookkeeper/accountant in Austin, TX. I have 6 yrs experience in several facets of accounting including INVENTORY, STOCK-TAKE, FULL CYCLE A/R, FULL CYCLE A/P, FIXED ASSETS & DEPRECIATION, END OF MONTH CLOSE, PROGRESS INVOICING & REVENUE RECOGNITION, GENERAL LEDGER ENTRIES & RECONCILIATION, PAYROLL & PAYROLL TAXES & SALES TAX REPORTS.
I do not have a degree yet; I am in school now, though. When I look up salaries on the normal salary websites it is a little difficult to know what to ask for. They have job listing like Account Specialist, Accounting Assistant, Bookkeeper, Staff Accountant, ect. and for the most part they all do primarily the same duties, but have vastly different pay rates.
So, I have an interview coming up, what should I ask for?
I will be asked to do pretty much all the items listed above except Fixed Assets and A/R. 58 employees & >10 Million in sales revenue.
I recently got hired a couple months ago, under the title "A/R specialist." On a daily basis, I reconcile accounts, work with p & l, balance sheet and other reports, close books, as well as handle billing. If someone where to ask me what I did for a living, would telling them that I'm a staff accountant be correct?
40 people were fired today, 10?duction; 3 people in accounting. The leftover, us, was challenged to come up with new ideas of how to make work more efficiently. I don't process a lot of invoices a day about 10-20, but there are a lot of part returns and some vendors have a high parts returns and high delinquency rate, especially China vendors. Since we prepaid them, I don't know how to bring their delinquency rate down. Parts are cheap, but bad, hence the high RMA ?With exception of a few vendors the rest have at least 30?f returns and 12?r more delinquency rate (no credits or replacements for the bad parts). Since, I clear the wires: I've spoken up times and times that it's better off to buy expensive parts domestically and get rid of China vendors (no offence to Chinese people), not to mention the higher freight cost that is factored in, but I'm no business analyst. The purchasing boss is a baby that needs babysitting, don't make me go there. Anyway, I have this urge that I need to speak up and come up with some solutions in our messy company, because I would blame myself for not doing something if I would get fired too. Ok, so other things to considers: we operate with paper invoices, massive paper invoices. In the previous company the invoices were scanned and some of the bills were automatically paid: pros: we don't have to cut checks, cons: still we will need to process the invoices and there is a risk of being overcharged, which will translate in more time. We are 5 in A/P and each one works on vendors that start within a specific range, eg. I work on vendors between A-G, in addition to clearing international wires and I have an A/R customer to bill once a week also. I offer to take on some of the tasks of the person who was let go, but three of her vendors went to someone else, being in a different letter range. The only thing left was submitting UPS claims, which I offered to take over, but thinking back: was this too much of of an admin work and will this lower my AP position, I shouldn't have offered myself to take it? I might be next to be cut. I mean: why was she let go? She was as good as anybody else, no criteria at all, letting people on a whim... ?! Anyway, I'm sorry for the long essay, any help is appreciated. Serious answers please. Thank you.
I've been diagnosed bi-polar for 7 years now and this illness makes it nearly impossible to hold a steady job. i usually get frustrated upset or depressed and quit. i'm taking abilify and klonipin. but have been on multiple drugs to try to combat this. any help would be of use...thanks.
Im going to school for business management as human resources and i will be done this jan. i really dont know what kind of work ill be looking for. so can someone give me some ideas, thanks
Music. I already know musician, music teacher, jingle writer, song-writer,prroducer, studio work, crew, journalism, and radio broadcasting. Any more?
She used to do my job. I work part time..she worked full time.
I also was promoted from a/r specialist to executive secretary to the CEO and make a few mistakes here and there. They new that I would need some on the job training and offered to mentor me. I am always on time, do well generally and still do the receivables for the company. I heard today that this girl was looking for work here. I am freaked out.
She used to do my job full time.
My friend said her mum worked for unilever and that she was a hair scientist is it a real job ?
Just looking into a nursing career. Thanks.
Is it wise to put an underlay down under mineral felt on a small flat roof (approx 10 ft x 4 ft)? Are there any dos and don'ts when using bituminous roofing felt adhesive?
we have recently had a problem with the hard drive were we couldn't see the data. so we sent it off to a recovery data company who emailed us saying they have to send it to their specialists who would charge 500 Pound so we asked them to send it back since this the hard drive is clicking and the computer now Cannot see the hard drive on the pc is their anything we could do?
My internship at a small company ends soon and they're letting me brainstorm my own job title
Use of quickbooks for A/R, A/P, payroll
Researching trade shows and making a plan of action (hotels, payment plan, etc)
Data entry and filing
I definitely want it to be an accounting title since that is my major. It seems like they'll be pretty liberal if I get to help decide. The company consists of 2 senior partners, a sales manager, and marketing director.
I'm planning on putting in new fiberglass batt insulation with an R-38 value up in the attic, I was thinking about removing the old loose fill in trash bags, should I just keep it and put unfaced batt insulation on top of it? or just remove this lousy insulation and put in new faced R-38 ? What is the best thing to do. Like I said the old fill in fiberglass insulation has no vapor barrier, it's super dirty with what looks like shingle particles, but it's not because the roof has never leaked. What would you do in this case? See I'm afraid if I keep this old non-efficient loose insulation there and unfaced on top, it won't be as effective as just getting rid of it altogether. This loose fill in stuff is already compact and lost it's fluffiness and it's SPARSELY SCATTERED in some places. My heating and air conditioning is leaking through, since my heater takes so long to heat up the house and the house gets cold real fast and has to restart over and over. Thanks for your advicem especially if your a home improvement pro or roofing specialist.
or if you've done this job yourself. I hear we can get a tax break for buying new insulation, about $1,200 if I'm not mistaken. I think this expires on Dec. 31st.
Oh one other note, this loose fill in fiberglass insulation is who knows how old, but tests negative for asbestos.
Thanks to the syrup response, I like the idea of using blown in cellulose , but I don't like the idea of burying my junction boxes and recessed lights and my electrical cables for that matter, with that blown in stuff. I'm placing those plastic soffet vent protectors at the edges, to prevent the insulation. I'm ok on you being opposed to using batt fiberglass, I just thought that stuff was more dependable and could still walk on the rafter beams, but I am willing to use blown in stuff, it's going to cover up the trusses that I walk on since I'm still running electrical cables for new lighting. It's a tough choice , blown in cellulose sounds easy and fast, but probably won't let me walk up there anymore, what's your experience, how many inches high should it be, this house is the mid atlantic climate, southern Maryland to be more exact. The back part of the house has an addition and it has faced batt insulation already. So you say no way to batt and favor blown in cellulose, ok
Hey hyrup, what does moldy insulation look like, mine looks dark brown , black, and has particles that look like shingle particles, Maybe the original color looked yellow but now it looks like a tan orange. Are those symptoms of mold?