Average Financial Manager with Senior Financial Management Skills Salary in Boston, Massachusetts

$102,439
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$5,000
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The average salary for a Financial Manager with Senior Financial Management skills in Boston, Massachusetts is $102,439.
25%
$79k
25%
$102k
50%
$111k
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MEDIAN $102,439
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Salary
$79k - $111k
Bonus
$3k - $15k
Total Pay
$84k - $126k

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Job Description for Financial Manager

Financial Manager Tasks
  • Prepare and submit budget and resource reports and statements, with an eye towards compliance.
  • Perform ad hoc, non-routine financial analysis as needed.
  • Manage client accounts and act as the subject matter expert for budgetary decisions.
  • Refine and implement monthly, quarterly, and annual reports for designated groups.

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Finance Director
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Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
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Popular Skills for Financial Manager

Skills that pay less than market rate include Microsoft Excel, Budget Management, Accounting, Financial Reporting and Financial Analysis.
Employees with Financial Manager in their job title in New York, New York earn an average of 31.8% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Houston, Texas (7.4% more). The lowest salaries can be found in Dallas, Texas (23.4% less), Los Angeles, California (14.7% less) and Washington, District of Columbia (8.3% less).