Accounts & Finance Internships
Demand for interns in Accounts & Finance domain has seen a huge spike in recent years. Accountants are at the forefront of business today. With more and more accounting functions being automated, interns in this domain often work on analysis, interpretation, and business strategies. The internship life-cycle consists of four key areas: accounting, auditing, assurance, and tax. An internship in Accounts & Finance domain will help you learn the in's and out's of tools like Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, Tally and other fintech CRMs. During your internship, these utilities will be used extensively in your day-to-day work. You will also enhance your proficiency in accounting software which is critical to your accounting skill set.
In small companies where you need to do bookkeeping, invoicing, and bill paying, you’ll use systems such as Xero, Quickbooks, and Freshbooks. In mid-size accounting firms where you need tools for sales order processing, inventory and warehouse management, workflows, purchase order, and advanced reporting, you’ll utilize systems like Sage, Microsoft Dynamics, Intacct and NetSuite. In large accounting firms, you’ll utilize in-house software or accounting systems such as SAP and Oracle.