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Fixed Capital Clerk

Keep records of fixed-capital accounts.

What does a Fixed Capital Clerk do?

Keeps records of fixed-capital accounts: Posts completed gas or electric work orders to respective accounts in plant ledgers. Appraises retirement values of equipment, such as gas mains, regulators, meters, and transformers and posts retirements to fixed-capital record books. Balances fixed-capital record books with respective control accounts in general ledger. Prepares journal vouchers, makes trial balances, and compiles reports of money charged to fixed-capital accounts.