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Accounting specialists like bookkeepers and accounting clerks update and maintain accounting records, tabulate expenses and receipts, and measure profit and loss. Students learn to prepare accounts, document daily financial transactions and ensure compliance with applicable standards. Experience business accounting and software such as QuickBooks, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel. Prepare for work as an accounts payable & receivable clerk, financial clerk, or as a full-charge bookkeeper and work toward earning national certifications in Word, Excel, and Quickbooks for the accounting industry.
- Use powerful software applications, strategies, and techniques in both personal and corporate finance
- Create and interpret financial data to make decisions, generate payroll, and produce critical business reports
- Analyze and interpret a company’s financial condition to recommend critical strategies for sound financial management