Gravesend and District DFAS
The role of the Society Treasurer is to assist the Chairman and the Committee on all financial matters and to safeguard its financial assets.
What does the Treasurer do?
- Keep accurate and timely accounting records
- Arrange payment Society costs,
- Collect and pay in any income received
- Prepare the annual audited accounts of the Society
What does this involve?
- Advising the Chairman and Committee on the Society’s financial affairs
- Preparing an annual budget
- Ensuring subscriptions are received from all Members and that other income from visitors and other sources is complete
- Approving and paying Society costs, including volunteers expenses, lecturers fees, venue costs, insurance premiums the Kent area and the NADFAS affiliation fees.
- Liaising with the Society’s bank and reconciling the bank statements
- Preparing the annual accounts of the Society for Committee approval,
- Liaising with the auditor to ensure the annual accounts are audited in time for circulation with the AGM papers in April.
- Administering the procedures relating to Gift Aid where appropriate
- Attending committee meeting usually every 2 months for about 2 hours