Accountant and Auditor Staffing
Tier2Tek Recruitment Company provides solutions for Accountant and Auditor staffing. Typically Accounting and Auditing are separate roles, but both are based in a financial setting for a company. Accountants typically handle the day-to-day finances of the company and eventually submit information for tax purposes. Auditors, on the other hand, check on financial records submitted by accountants to make sure companies and businesses are being honest financially.
For Experienced Accountant and Auditor Staffing Agency
Tier2Tek Employment Agency will help your company find the right talent for your Accountant and Auditor needs. Additionally, our agency has pre-screened multiple Accountants and Auditors that are ready to work immediately. Once we have your requirements, we re-screen our candidates to choose the best that suits your business needs.
Tier2Tek Staffing Firm has had several years of Accountant and Auditor staffing. We pride ourselves on being able to bring the best candidates to fulfill your company’s staffing needs. Moreover, we make sure we know about your company and find the right fit for you within your timeframe.
What Does an Accountant and an Auditor Do?
The Accountant and Auditor review the accounts of organizations and companies to ascertain the legality and validity of their financial records. In addition, they also help with future recommendations on cost savings and advisory roles on risk aversion measures.
Furthermore, they initiate and implement proper auditing systems to control all financial processes and operations in the industry. They provide an internal audit system for the proper functioning of the finance department.
An Accountant primarily focuses on analysis and accurate reporting on a company’s financial records. Most professionally trained accountants can work with small or large companies, private or public. Accountants keep track of the details in day-to-day operations, financial accuracy, and taxes.
Auditor’s responsibilities start after Accountants have completed their work. They will examine and check over the financial statements done by the Accountants to make sure they are accurate and truthful. They are usually used as a double-check to make sure everything adds up.
- Collects information and evidence for legal proceedings. Investigates legal issues.
- Evaluates information to determine compliance with standards. Conducts financial or regulatory audits. Examines financial records or processes.
- Verifies the accuracy of financial information and records.
- Prepares and sends out payments by cash, check, credit, or other forms.
- Posts and reconciles company payments.
- Review bills for the company to find potential errors or discrepancies.
- Investigates and resolves billing discrepancies or misapplied transactions.
- Works with outside tax representatives to file annual reports for the company.
- Posts data to profit/loss reports, balance sheets, income statements, and other documentation.
- Balances daily payment reports and statistics for key personnel.
- Ensures confidentiality and privacy of financial records.
- Forms payment strategies to make timely payments.
- Provides corrective procedures to resolve problems.
- Is available for on-call responsibilities and on-demand client needs.
- Is available for overtime work when needed.