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Why Administrative Professionals Should Understand Finance and Accounting


Administrative Professionals have a responsibility to themselves and their employers to become informed and stay informed.

The principal agents of any company must review in detail all quarterly and yearly reports in order to comprehend and act upon the conclusions thereof. Details of receipts and revenues, investments or expenditures and any resulting capital gains or fiscal stresses can be gleaned from formal progress reports. However, administrators must understand the details of those reports fully in order to accurately convey to superiors the company’s current financial position, any changes that may be necessary and projections for future expansions or corrections. Download this white paper to learn why administrative professionals need to understand finance and accounting.

Learning Objectives

  • Review the importance of learning the attributes of the company you are working for.
  • Identify your role in leadership as an administrative professional new to the company or new to the position.



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