MassMutual Financial Group Disability Income Claims Financial Consultant in Springfield, Massachusetts
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Viewed as a subject matter expert in the Disability Income (DI) claims financial field. Responsible for conducting and documenting the financial analysis for Disability Income Claims (New Business). Develop and maintain policies, procedures, guidelines for effective financial claim handling for Disability Income. Position may provide functional advice or training to disability claim examiners.
Full-time CPA in the role as a DI claims Financial Consultant (FC) consideration is/should be given to:
To support/compliment the development of internal resources through training/guidance of one, or more CEs to perform monthly financial monthly income and business overhead expense calculations and provide guidance in the adjudication of disability buy-sell claims
Annual tax return reconciliations
Provide financial support for complex files
Provide DI Claim financial support for new product development
Hold "walk in" consultation meetings with claims staff regarding disability claims, capturing essential elements of a file
Ensures quality investigations of financial information utilizing the resources available
Maintains knowledge and skills regarding financial regulations and communicates/educates claims staff in one on one meetings or groups
Communicates verbally and in writing with customers other appropriate contacts in a professional and effective manner, resolving discrepancies and clarifying financial information.
Participates in triage and multi-disciplinary roundtable sessions to provide expertise on financial related issues
Maintains CPA license
Conducts in-service training for claims staff on various financial scenarios or software tools required
Participates in industry meetings
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
Minimum 3 years of public accounting experience in small to medium sized firm
Small business client base
Heavy emphasis on personal and business tax return preparation
Preparation of monthly/quarterly financial statements
Strong Excel spreadsheet use Strong written and oral communication abilities
Ability to explain complex financial information to non-financial oriented individuals
Authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship now or in the future
CPA Certification (Preferred)
Experience in providing guidance to staff accountants or bookkeepers
Experience with analysis and financial integration of CPT/CDT codes
Forensic accounting experience
Experience with QuickBooks
Experience in disability insurance business
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