Analyst Accounts Receivable Salary in District of Columbia - District Average

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Average Salary for Analyst Accounts Receivable in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Analyst Accounts Receivable in District of Columbia - District Average is $63,347.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Analyst Accounts Receivable in District of Columbia - District Average is $30.46.

The average bonus of a(n) Analyst Accounts Receivable in District of Columbia - District Average is $1,337.00.

Job Description:

Decreases critical liability hazards by stabilizing account receivables. Assesses and recognizes causes for nonpayment, and informs appropriate personnel of problems for corrective action to be taken. Prepares and organizes documentation necessary to collect payment. Monitors activity on all assigned accounts and initiates collection calls on past due items. Ensures collections connections are using company designated practices and code of conduct for reviewing client requests and all related disputes with respect to the account. Institutes and appraises credit restrictions for new and existing clients. Works with finance personnel to examine bad debt reserve necessities and advocate monthly collection processes. Follows up to ensure all actions are completed in order for payment to be made. Reviews and addresses weekly reports showing past due accounts. Reconciles client and company statements and billing data, and interacts with the Accounting Department. Identifies procedures or activities to reduce occurrence of accounts receivable items. Assesses new credit applicants to establish new accounts. Institutes credit restrictions for both new and existing clients. Maintains and updates internal control documentation as required. Oversees accounting transactions in support of the receivables process, including establishing and maintaining account reconciliations. Less

Decreases critical liability hazards by stabilizing account receivables. Assesses and recognizes causes for nonpayment, and informs appropriate personnel of problems for corrective action to be taken. Prepares and organizes documentation necessary to collect payment. Monitors activity on all assigned accounts... More

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