Administrative Talent: A Valuable Resource During Tax Season

taxesFor tax professionals, things are about to get very busy. During tax season, accountants are often swamped with numbers, regulations, and more numbers. Many of their duties can be delegated to administrative workers, easing the burden for accountants and leveraging of the talents of these assistants.

Here are some administrative positions, and the roles they can play in helping everyone get through tax season:

File Clerk. File clerks help keep accounting staff organized by arranging indexed documents and providing data entry help.

Office Clerk. Scanning, copying, and faxing are time-consuming tasks that office clerks can take on themselves, freeing the bookkeeping crew to focus on other tasks.

Receptionist. Receptionists keep the phones off the accountants by answering calls, taking messages, returning calls, and making appointments. They also provide data entry support.

Front Desk Coordinator. Like receptionists, they can field phone calls. They can also help clients understand the many forms and paperwork that come with tax time, and ensure each is accurate and complete.

Tax season will always be busy. But when the entire tax department works as a team, utilizing the skills of everyone from accountants to administrative staff to get through it successfully, tax time can become a morale-building exercise.

Looking for an administrative position in Columbia, South Carolina? Contact TRC Staffing Services, or learn more about the TRC Staffing Services Columbia location today.

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