• Prepare a budget and monitor it carefully
  • Keep the Council’s books up-to-date
  • Keep a proper record of all payments and monies received
  • Make sure financial reports are available and understood at all meetings
  • Show evidence that money received is banked and documentation provided for all money paid out
  • Ensure that information for an audit is prepared each year
  • Arrange the audit
  • Give Treasurer’s report at regular meetings and when required
  • Produce an annual financial report
  • Send out accounts
  • Pay the bills.
  • Work with others to develop Council KPI’s Ideally the Treasurer is someone who is:
  • Well organised
  • Able to allocate regular time periods to maintain the books
  • Able to keep good records
  • Able to work in a logical orderly manner
  • Aware of information, which is needed to be kept for the annual audit.