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What Is The Job Description Of Debtors Clerk?

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The job of a debtor’s clerk is to keep records of the accounts of any business’s customers and to recover the business’s debts. These accounts will be kept on computers, in record cards or books. He or she will do routine work in the business’s account department. They will keep a record of any payments that are made and any money that is owed to the business. They will use these records to verify any overdue accounts and they will then contact the business or persons by phone or in writing so as to recover their outstanding balance. The clerk will determine a payment deadline and will follow up on this payment. If payment is not met by the due date, the clerk will decide which steps must be taken (such as suing the business or person).
A debtor’s clerk will also carry out any routine bookkeeping duty so as to submit records of any overdue account at each month end to the board of directors or financial department within the company. Their duties will also entail calculating the interest on all overdue accounts.
The satisfying aspects of a debtor’s clerk is having the ability to recover outstanding money from non-paying defaulters or clients who otherwise would have been written off as a bad debt, therefore saving his company a lot of legal fees.
A debtor’s clerk must have a very outgoing personality and must relate well with different people. He or she must be level-headed and keep their calm while working in a very stressful environment. They will have to keep a firm head when a client does not want to pay their debt. A clerk must have a keen interest in bookkeeping and enjoy doing calculations because most of their working day will be spent doing just that.
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Collection of all outstanding debtors
Reconcile and allocate debtors accounts
Handle customers queries
Update and maintain debtors account
Do credit checks new clients and new staff
Send weekly and monthly statements to dealers
Prepare monthly debtors reports
John Profile
John answered
Job description Debtors Clerk

• Customer record creation
• Credit checking
• Invoicing
• Assisting with administration of debit orders
• Issuing receipts and statements
• Dealing with customer account related enquiries
• Ensuring that all payment due from debtors accounts are collected on time and in a professional manner
• Preparing regular and ad hoc reports
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Working within the administration, accounting and finance function to manage all aspects of debtor control, including debtor information, credit control, invoicing, receipting, collections general ledge entries and reporting

Job description
• Customer record creation
• Credit checking
• Invoicing
• Assisting with administration of debit orders
• Issuing receipts and statements
• Dealing with customer account related enquiries
• Ensuring that all payment due from debtors accounts are collected on time and in a professional manner
• Preparing regular and ad hoc reports
Mike Davis Profile
Mike Davis answered
One who maintains the record of accounts and assesses the debt in an undertaking.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Is a person who foresee the day to day running of a business in connection with people who owe the business.
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The Debtors clerk main work is in the field of account
department in a company. They perform bookkeeping, maintain routine,
and determine which account is overdue. This profile comes under the accounting job.
Their most of the work is computer based but sometimes it can be done in books
or on cards. For this a candidate should be good in mathematics or accountings.

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