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Data Entry Accounting

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
November 28, 2018

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David C. Tucker

***** *** **** **., *********, NC 28273

Telephone 704-***-**** - Cell 704-***-**** Email – Career Summary

Career spanning 52 years, primarily in the banking industry. Experienced in updating and maintaining general ledger systems, cash balancing, account reconciliation, and responsible for closing month end, quarter end and annual statements. Directed the operation of a bank branch system including annual budget process. Determined daily excess cash position and invested same in various short term investments including, Fed Funds, Commercial Paper, Banker's Acceptance and Treasury Bills and Notes. Provided accounting services to small business, including, but not limited to invoicing, accounts payable and payroll services. Experienced in 1099 preparation and submission to taxing entities. Directed the development of comprehensive procedure manuals detailing nuances of each individual program.

Quickbooks Certified User Online Version

Work Experience

Cornerstone Building Services LLC Woodbridge, Virgina Consultant September 2013 - Current

Perform accounting services including accounts receivable, accounts payable. Data entry to Quick- Books.

• Prepare invoices received from client for input in to QuickBooks.

• Review a monthly log of daily transactions received from client in spreadsheet form which is used to input in to QuickBooks. A chart of accounts is used to assign each entry to the appropri- ate general ledger account.

• Research and resolve any differences between QuickBooks and the daily transaction log.

• Prepare a detailed yearly spreadsheet for all accounts receivable and accounts payable which is then used by the client for tax purposes.

• Issue 1099s for those persons or independent contractors that have been paid more than

$600.00 annually for services rendered.

Wells Fargo Bank Charlotte, North Carolina

Loan Servicing Specialist January 2009 – June 2018 Support Capital Finance Asset Based Lending line of business with respect to all back office functions which include but not limited to: new client and participant system setups. Calculating interest and fees and managing all LIBOR contract setups and maturities, weekly participation settlements, loan account reconciliations and various accounting entries. Focus on building strong customer relation- ships while mitigating risk in a compliance driven culture with emphasis on proactive monitoring.

• Retrieve current day LIBOR loan re-pricing contracts and sort alphabetically with interest earned statements from the loan application software. When client or agent pays the current contract the accruals are cleared and journal entries made.

• Additional accounting entries may be required to clear any differences. Large differences are researched and documented for approval, if necessary. Documents generated are copied and placed in client file.

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• Respond to requests from clients, agents or internal partners from email, telephone or snail mail. Requests may include, but not limited to audit verification, posting interest and fees, and updating loan file.

• Manage client payments of incoming and outgoing cash utilizing complex internal systems asso- ciated within the Supply Chain Finance Group. Coordinate and resolve discrepancies on reconcil- iations for supply chain clients.

• Develop and maintain comprehensive procedure manual detailing nuances of each individual program and new procedures.

• Partner with technology group to insure timely and accurate processing of daily transactions. Daily confer with Supplier Finance team to insure accurate posting and to manage risk. Wachovia Bank Charlotte, North Carolina

Vice President September 1998 - July 2008

Team leader for the Cash Management Group within the Corporate & Investment Banking Real Es- tate Division. The group was responsible for the set up and ongoing servicing of commercial mort- gage loans that required a Cash Management Agreement, and Clearing Bank or Lockbox Agreement. The group maintains separate accounts to monitor cash receipts and allocates funds to accounts as required by the agreements. Excess funds collected are disbursed back to the account holder to op- erate the property.

• Review cash management and/or clearing account agreements to determine the waterfall setup in order to service the cash managed loan.

• Daily coordination with lenders and lenders counsel to establish accounts required by the under- lying agreement. Coordinate efforts and work as liaison with banks Treasury Services Division.

• Directed a team of professionals assigned to develop an internal data entry system. The com- pleted system was designed to automate the once manual system of applying cash received to the appropriate items within the waterfall.

A.K. Exclusives, Inc. Fort Mill, South Carolina

Consultant January 1996 – September 1998

Directed owner and staff to organize accounting and payroll systems and established procedures to ensure time critical payments. Improved financial reporting process and developed procedures re- solving issues with regulatory agencies.

• Assignment was to review all accounting systems: Accounts receivable invoicing and accounts payable and payroll.

• Reviewed current methods of invoicing, accounts payable and payroll. After extensive audit of these applications, changes were recommended then implemented after a number of months.

• Audited payroll records and matched with tax records to determine discrepancies and cleared with taxing authorities.

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AXA Equitable Traverse City, Michigan

Registered Representative June 1992 – January 1996 Responsibilities included providing variable annuity investment options to small businesses in the local community. Provide mutual fund products to individuals. Life and health insurance sold through multiple companies including but not limited to; AXA Equitable, Jackson National and Golden Rule Insurance Company.

• Daily review list of prospective clients and prepare sales call log.

• Meet with potential clients, present a prepared brochure of products and close the sale.

• Maintain a list of current clients and perform follow up calls to determine any further needs and cross-sell other insurance products.

National Bank of Detroit Traverse City, Michigan

Senior Vice President & COO September 1969 – June 1992 Various positions of progressive responsibility culminating with the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of NBD Northwest Bank, a small affiliate bank in Traverse City, Michigan. Duties include oversight of the branch office system including nine branch offices. Maintained the banks general ledger accounting system. Directed the annual budget process. Determined daily ex- cess cash position and invested same in various short term investments.

• Primary responsibility was meeting with managers to plan the daily activity of branches. Training branch personnel on new procedures regarding security, teller operations, and audit.

• Review budget procedures and update. Responsible for updating banks general ledger and cash positions.

• Served as Secretary of Board of Directors, NBD Northwest Bank, Traverse City, Michigan. Computer Skills

Quickbooks Certified User Online Version - Adobe - Excel - Outlook - Word - Access - Quicken


• Certificate, General Banking, University of Michigan, 1970 - 1970

• No degree, Accounting, Ferris State University, 1961 - 1962

• Certificate, Controllership Major, University of Wisconsin, 1973 - 1973

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