A relationship that provides confidence
Regardless of asset size or data processor, credit unions find Carolinas Credit Union League’s CU Accounting Services to be efficient and cost-effective. Using an impartial,third-party relationship for accounting services provides an extra measure of security for your financial information and enhances your internal control.
CCUL’s CU Accounting Services can help you maintain corporate statements, subsidiary ledgers on your prepaid accounts, accrual accounts, investment accounts, and fixed assets. We also can provide monthly reviews of your general ledger to make sure all of your credit union’s balance sheet accounts are in order.
Our staff of professionals has more than thirty years of experience in credit union accounting. We ensure that your credit union will receive timely service from a well-trained staff member committed to assisting your credit union.
CU Accounting Services performs the following services to support credit union efficiency and compliance.
- Corporate and Bank reconcilement
- General Ledger Reconcilement
- Financial Statement Preparation
- NCUA 5300 Call Report Preparation
- Maintenance of Subsidiary Ledgers
- Fixed assets
- Accrual accounts
- Accuracy Comparisons
- Posting of Journal Entries and Retrieval of Financial Statements (Galaxy Fiserv System)
We can help with specific issues you may encounter, providing such services as internal investigations, accounting reconstruction, and special reports are available on an as-needed basis. To discuss specific requirements, please contact Tully Maragakis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-235-4290, ext 442.
Led by Director of CU Accounting Services Tully Maragakis, our team has more than thirty years’ experience in credit union accounting.
Tully joined the Carolinas Credit Union League in December 2013. Her prior experience ranges from serving as accounting manager at AllSouth Federal Credit Union to the past thirteen years as the chief financial officer at South Carolina National Guard Federal Credit Union. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina and her MBA from Webster University.
Working alongside Tully is Accounting Specialist Brad Ballentine, who has been with CCUL for four years. He has an associate’s degree in accounting from Midlands Technical College.