Example: Absorbed increased costs while maintaining gross margins on par.
Example: Accrued additional profits through investment of pension funds.
Example: Accumulated record number of gifts through long-term fund-raising efforts.
Example: Adjusted general ledger codes to comply with new tax-reporting requirements.
Example: Allocated funds for new construction.
Example: Allotted financial and technical resources to augment staff training.
Example: Analyzed cost variances and recommended appropriate action.
Example: Audited construction, agribusiness, manufacturing, general business, service sector, and governmental entities.
Example: Averted potential tax liability.
Example: Balanced bank statements for seven entities.
Example: Boosted profit margins more than 12 percent.
Example: Bought materials and supplies using competitive bid process.
Example: Bridled out-of-line expenses through new purchase-order request system.
Example: Brought previously outsourced accounting functions in-house, saving some $25,000 in annual CPA fees.
Example: Budgeted seasonal workforce requirements.
Example: Calculated return on investment.
Example: Captured 12-percent gain in net profit.
Example: Closed books monthly.
Example: Collected on accounts 180 days past due.
Example: Compared five-year statistical history with current data.
Example: Computed depreciation schedules.
Example: Controlled labor and operating expenses within budget.
Example: Corrected history of nonexistent budget planning, establishing detailed budgeting and cash-flow reporting process.
Example: Counteracted increase in rental expenses with decrease in communications expenses.
Example: Cut costs in primary expense category by 45 percent.
Example: Decreased operating budget five percent annually, despite rising raw-materials costs.
Example: Defrayed costs by implementing new rental program.
Example: Disbursed construction funds to subcontractors.
Example: Disposed of assets associated with closure of Acton office.
Example: Dissolved partnership and restructured organization as limited liability corporation.
Example: Distributed grant money to 12 school sites.
Example: Divested nonperforming assets.
Example: Doubled returns on pension fund investments.
Example: Earned “gold star” on audit package from Big 6 firm, a first for the company.
Example: Economized on use of contract labor without sacrificing quality or integrity of financial data.
Example: Eliminated variances in financial data through redesign of accounting system.
Example: Estimated return-on-investment for proposed equipment purchases.
Example: Exceeded projections for cost reductions, finishing year at 11 percent under budget.
Example: Executed lending documents.
Example: Factored soft costs into equations.
Example: Financed aggressive expansion, providing financial savvy and tax expertise to position company for profitable mergers and acquisitions activity.
Example: Forecast line items for annual budget.
Example: Formulated financial models.
Example: Funded loans, generating an average of $885,000 per month against a goal of $750,000 per month.
Example: Gained significant ground in cleaning up two-year records-maintenance backlog.
Example: Generated highest billable production in a seven-member public accounting firm and attracted 20-plus new clients to firm.
Example: Increased average audit realization by 50 percent.
Example: Invested reserve funds to perform above industry average, representing an additional four percent in profits.
Example: Liquidated outdated stock.
Example: Locked in interest rates at record low.
Example: Made monthly journal entries.
Example: Managed finance and accounting functions, including budgeting, cost accounting, managerial accounting, financial reporting, banking relationships, and purchasing.
Example: Minimized risk and exposure.
Example: Originated qualified, complete, and accurate loan packages.
Example: Planned business process reengineering that led to an 11-percent rise in gross margins.
Example: Prepared comprehensive operating and capital budgets.
Example: Projected returns based on various scenarios.
Example: Purchased raw materials from overseas sources.
Example: Reconciled discrepancies in accounting records.
Example: Recovered losses associated with flooding disaster.
Example: Reduced primary expense category by 25 percent.
Example: Reimbursed employees for attendance at conferences.
Example: Renegotiated equipment service contracts, capturing a hard-dollar savings of $75,000 in first year.
Example: Reported financial position and made investment recommendations at monthly board meetings.
Example: Represented clients before IRS and lending institutions, as well as local and state regulatory agencies.
Example: Researched incongruities in financial data.
Example: Sold obsolete equipment at prices above market value.
Example: Sourced venture-capital funding.
Example: Spent marketing funds wisely, generating a 12:1 return on advertising dollars.
Example: Stretched limited operating funds.
Example: Trimmed more than 17 percent from next fiscal year’s budget.
Example: Underwrote new venture using creative financing plan.