Financial Accountant specializing in financial planning, reporting and analysis in both public and government sectors.
Provide non-appropriated funds (NAF) financial oversight for the installation financial manager including professional accounting and audit reviews of Air Force Support financial programs. Provide monthly financial analysis and produce financial reports to the Air Force Services commander, manager, comptroller, and wing commander. Plan, perform, and apply accounting theories, practices, and methods on annual reviews to ensure compliance with regulations. Perform internal controls and test and monitor cash controls; prepare reports based on these reviews and recommend solutions. Review and advise on NAF and APF budgets for the Force Support Squadron and monitor approved budgets. Coordinate on annual impartial inventories. Provide oversight on NAF Purchase Card Program. Perform a variety of other oversight tasks related to financial planning and administration of accounting systems covering operations and expenses of supported Services activities.
Monitor and maintain accounting records to accurately record and report on the status of accounts. Reconciled accounts that involved multiple transactions, including adjustments. Reconciled 64 balance sheet accounts, researched discrepancies and made necessary adjustments, and balanced accounts. Perform in-depth analysis of transactions prior to and after input. Determine and research causes of errors and take corrective action for all discrepancies uncovered. Close standard accounts based on applicable regulations, which include validating files and preparing proper documentation. Provide explanations on significant changes.
Validate, monitor, control, and maintain fixed assets accounting records to accuratley report on the status of accounts. Reconcile accounts that involve multiple transactions and adjustments. Reconcile and balance balance sheet and expense accounts. Research discrepancies and made necessary adjustments. Provide detailed explanations, interpret comparative data, and identified significant changes for accounts. Perform detailed analysis of transactions prior to and after input for fixed assets. Determine causes of errors and take corrective actions for all discrepancies uncovered. Maintain daily accounts receivable activities, which include: preparing and recording bank deposits, billing statements, monitoring and maintaining accurate accounts receivable records, and monthly reconciliation of related accounts.
Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Relevant Coursework: Managerial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Federal Taxes and Management Decisions, Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting, Managerial Finance, External Auditing, and Becker CPA preparation courses.
Relevant Coursework: Principle of Accounting I and II, Business Finance
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