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Roles and Responsibilities

Ensuring the accuracy of financial documents, as well as their compliance with relevant laws and regulations
Preparing and maintaining important financial reports
Preparing tax returns and ensuring that taxes are paid properly and on time
Evaluating financial operations to recommend best-practices, identify issues and strategic solutions, and help organisations run efficiently
Offering guidance on cost reduction, revenue enhancement, and profit maximisation
Conducting forecasting and risk analysis assessments

Important Skills

Attention to detail: Accounting professionals must pay strong attention to detail in order to be able to keep information accurate and organised. With the amount of financial data that must be analysed, it can be easy to make mistakes; however, simple errors can translate into much larger problems if they are not caught.
Business acumen: To be effective in this role, an accountant must understand the basic functions of a business in order to accurately analyse and interpret financial data. Having a solid foundation in business provides context to the financial information that accountants work with on a daily basis.
Computer literacy: Professionals in this field need to be able to use advanced accounting software and other computer-based tools to work effectively.
Analytical skills: Collecting and analysing financial data is a large part of accounting and is an important aspect of identifying patterns and potential issues. In fact, applying data analytics to the accounting field is an emerging trend in the industry that is expected to have a growing impact in the future.
Communication skills: Accountants must be able to listen carefully in order to accurately gather facts and figures from clients, managers, or other stakeholders. They must also be able to clearly articulate the results of their work and present their findings in written reports.
Mathematical skills: A common misconception is that you have to be good at maths to be an accountant. It is true that maths skills are important in order to analyse, compare, and interpret data and figures; however, complex mathematical skills are not typically necessary to become an accountant.



Good experience in the same field will be given preference
Qualification related to accountant is required.

Full Time

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