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How to be a good credit controller

how to be a good credit controller

Table of Contents

Part I - Management Issues

Chapter 1. The Controller Job Description

Chapter 2. Cash Management

Chapter 3. Credit and Collections Management

Chapter 4. Billing Management

Chapter 5. Inventory Management

Chapter 6. Fixed Assets Management

Chapter 15. Ratio Analysis

Part III - Planning Issues

Chapter 16. Budgeting

Chapter 17. Capital Budgeting

Part IV - Additional Topics

Chapter 18. Computer System Selection and Installation

I would have loved to have this resource when I started my first controller job. I highly recommend The New Controller Guidebook to any controller or even an accountant who may want to be a controller someday. - Wray Rives, CPA

The New Controller Guidebook is an excellent guide for the aspiring and new controller to plan, organize, manage, and successfully carry out his or her new role. Provides comprehensive coverage not only of what to do, but critical timing and sequence considerations for when to do it, how each element should be done, to whom to delegate required tasks and functions, how to manage the many functions, and why each is needed for the

full range of controller responsibilities. This book will also serve as a frequently used reference for the more experienced controller. - Barrett Peterson, Manager of Accounting Standards, Procedures, and Analysis, TTX Company

The New Controller Guidebook includes everything the new controller needs to know, and worry about, on Day One. If you are new to the position, this should be considered mandatory reading. If you have held the position for years, reading this book will cause you to re-think certain processes and controls. If you aspire to the position, reading it will give you invaluable insight into how to get there and undoubtedly enhance your value to the organization. In short, this book is an invaluable resource to anyone pursuing a career in corporate accounting. - Chris D'Angelo, Controller, Executive Health Resources

For an experienced financial professional, The New Controller Guidebook provides a broad coverage in several strategic topics and gives a good introduction as well as good background on integration within an organization. The writing is clear and examples are instructive / illustrative to common areas of practice for a typical controller. - John Herndon, Adjunct Professor of Accounting, California State University

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