so, I built from scratch a GL for three companies for 2012 that was good enough to pass review by our outside CPA firm. Then I updated our accounting controls and processes and defined new reconciliation procedures between three platforms so they would consolidate properly, prepared for a bank audit and got our credit line renewed and scheduled for a 25% increase later this year. More recently, I added a fourth (completely unreported) company to the consolidated statements, ran a quick list of assets to add to the consolidated balance sheet, and solidified that series of reconciliations. I added new equipment to save time, and brought in competitive bids to ratchet down some entrenched vendors' pricing. I watched the resignation of someone who thought she should have been my boss, hired two new collectors to bring down our 90+ money by 40%, and was interviewing a candidate for senior staff accountant when we all realized that I've now been with the company for 100 days. Not a bad start, I suppose.
Oh, and I sit my third CPA exam in two weeks.