In this paragraph, you need to answer: Why are you interested in accounting? Start a Discussion We're looking forward to hearing you thoughts! In my opinion, this is the most important paragraph in the cover letter — this is where you get to illustrate all of the individual experiences that make you the best candidate for the job.
Bachelors degree in Commerce with a major in accounting from New York University 3 to 4 years of experience 4 years experience in accounting which include payable, bank account reconciliations, accounts receivable, tax compliance and statutory account preparation Proficiency in MS Office Advanced knowledge of publisher, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Microsoft Word Certification Certified excellent accounting person Great skills and qualities Teamwork, time management, good communication skills, presentation skills, ability to meet deadlines, customer service and attention to detail Ability Ability in energy in maintaining accounting related employment.
Paragraph 3: Why should we hire you?
I am highly motivated and enjoy the challenge of demanding assignments. Presenting comparison table in your cover letter is wonderful and nice ideas but you should know what you must write.
Second paragraph explains your experience that qualifies you for the job or something important you did at your last job, give specific examples ex.
Why should we hire you? With my strong understanding of business and accounting principles gained throughout my educational background, as well as my superior organizational and analytical abilities, I am confident in my ability to significantly benefit your company while amassing the necessary tools and skills to enable a longstanding accounting career.
Joe mentions professionalism. What are your plans for the CPA?
I have two years of accounting experience acquired through my internship with Grant Thornton LLP where I used my analytical skills to improve cost saving strategies within the company; saving them thousands of dollars over the course of the year.