Bookkeeper Jobs in Rockford, Illinois

Oversee the general ledger. Bookkeepers—also called bookkeeping clerks—are responsible for making the organization’s financial transactions, balancing company accounts, preparing bank deposits, and delivering accounting reports. They maintain records related to accounts payable and receivable, expenditures, receipts, and profit and loss.

Because many bookkeeping functions are performed electronically, these employees must be proficient with computers. The profession requires a strong understanding of accounting software used to record and analyze financial data, such as QuickBooks or Sage.

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Rockford, IL
State at Main compensation: $14+/Hour employment type: full-time Secretary-- Bookkeeper needed Monday through Friday's 8:30 am to 5 pm. Must have good person skills, type proficiently, and be familiar...
9 days ago
Loves Park, IL (7 miles from Rockford, Illinois)
compensation: $13-$15 based upon experience employment type: full-time Are you good with numbers, like working with computers? Are you personable and hard working? We will train you to do...
10 days ago
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK - Loves Park, IL (7 miles from Rockford, Illinois)
to General Manager and Franchisee Banking Prepare daily bank deposits General Ledger Prepares monthly adjusting journal entries Reconcile all sub-ledgers (cash, AR, AP, fixed assets, etc.) Reconcile...
20 days ago
Loves Park, IL (7 miles from Rockford, Illinois)
Based upon experience employment type: employee's choice Full-time or part-time experienced bookkeeper proficient in QuickBooks Microsoft Excel and general accounting knowledge. Must be able to commu...
25 days ago

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Bookkeeper Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Bookkeeping

Accountants use the credits and debits recorded in ledgers or "books" prepared by bookkeepers to create a company's financial statements. In this course, accounting professors Jim and Kay Stice...