Accounting analysts work closely with the accounting department and other financial professionals within an organization to help evaluate an organization's income and spending. This role often requires working collaboratively with others in the organization to provide detailed reports that include projections for profits and losses. Account analysts provide reports necessary for higher-level decision makers.
Account analysts require a Bachelor's degree in an area related to both mathematics and business. Preferred degree programs include accounting, finance, or business. A Certified Public Accounting title may be necessary, which will require additional testing and preparation. Successful Accounting analysts are highly organized with exceptional strong technical and math skills.
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