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Accounts Receivable Interview Questions

"To receive a job dealing with a company's accounts receivable, you must have the accounting knowledge and organizational skills to manage unpaid invoices and keep track of customer payments. In the interview you may be asked about your accounting experience, data entry skills, and organizational habits. Prepare to give in-depth explanations of your proficiency in popular financial software such as Excel and Quickbooks."

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How would you determine credit worthiness of a company?

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Research the five "5 'C's" of credit.

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What is the extent of your experience/knowledge of excel...crystal reports...quickbooks?

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How many years have I done accounts receivable? How would I collect from accounts that were outstanding? Can I get along in an office with all females?

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What are my career aspirations and how can they help me grow?

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Tell me about a time when you were trying to collect from a difficult customer and what did you do?

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Are you familiar with Oracle EBS?

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What would make me the best person for the job?

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I was asked about My experience in fast paced settings and to give examples of how I think on my feet all were engaged and listening. I love that the managers sit in on the interview.

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What makes you think you are a good candidate for the job?

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We'll be doing a thorough background check, is there *anything* at all we should know about, no matter how minor it may seem?

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