Accounts receivable clerks work in the accounting or finance departments of companies and manage incoming payments from customers and vendors. Specific duties include posting payments to the accounts of customers and han... More » Business & Finance Careers Career Aspirations

The resume of an accounts receivable clerk should include a strongly worded summary at the top that provides the reader with a quick overview of the applicant's best worker traits. Additional resume sections include high... More » Business & Finance Careers Applying & Interviewing

An accounts receivable list should consider several tasks related to the account such as validation, invoicing, adjustments and internal controls, notes the Houston Chronicle website. Accounts receivable represents sales... More » Business & Finance Business Resources Accounting
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