November 1st, 2007 Comments off
Append below is the basic duties of a Purchase Ledger Clerk:
Basic Duties Of A Purchase Ledger Clerk
- Log all the purchase ledger invoices (either on paper or into the accounts system) that have been received.
- Match invoices to the Goods Received Note (GRN) and/or have invoices signed off for payment
- Code up the invoices/analyse them in a manual purchase day book
- Post them onto the accounts system (in a very small company this may be merged with the logging of invoices
- Payment run (paying suppliers according to agreed credit terms)
- File paid invoices appropriately
- Do supplier/creditor reconciliation statement
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