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FNSACC408Work effectively in the accounting and bookkeeping industryName: Date: 3/8/19Project 1:Write a report (3–5 pages) describing how you can develop and implementpolicies and procedures relevant to bookkeeping activities. The report should identify the strategies you can use in your role as a bookkeeper, but it should also indicate the way in which you would build supportive relationships with clients and work colleagues.In particular there should be strategies for:establishing and maintaining relationships with clientsresearching and identifying policy and procedure materialdeveloping systems and guidelines for procedurescomplying with legislative requirementsIn the report you should indicate your ability to:use communication skills (questioning and active listening) to build relationships, determine and confirm client requirementsliaise with others, share information, listen and understanduse language and concepts appropriate to cultural differencesuse numeracy and IT skills to accurately analyse, record and store data; access and use appropriate financial management software, spreadsheets and databases; use internet informationcomply with ethical, legal and procedural requirementsuse problem-solving skills to identify any issues that have the potential to impact on the bookkeeping processplan and sequence work to provide a timely and professional service
FNSACC408Work effectively in the accounting and bookkeeping industryAs a bookkeep you are responsible for the financial transactions that occur on a day to day basis for the business. Your duties will vary depending on the size of the business and the role you are undertaking. Bookkeepers can work alone or in varying sized teams. In a small business you may be required to work across several areas of expertise whilst in a larger business you may just look after one service like payroll for example. Whilst working as a bookkeeper you will report to someone higher in the business with input from other employees such as peers and other senior staff. The bookkeeper is required to follow clear policies and procedures to ensure they are following the guidelines set by the business and the legislation. A confident bookkeeper builds trust and confidence with the staff and business allowing strong