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The Treasurer is responsible for the management of the clubs accounts and its financial dealings.
Prepare an Annual Budget, and be prepared to present this when required by the Board /
Committee along with a Variance Report.
Prepare Monthly Financial Reports to be presented when required by the Board / Committee
(usually every meeting) and/or your League.
Prepare full annual financial statements for presentation to:
- The financial auditors for the club
- The AGM of the club
- The League
- The Department of Fair Trading, or similar, in your state
Prepare and submit Business Activity Statements if required.
Manage the clubs cash flow and maintain a working level of petty cash.
Be fully aware of the financial position of the club at all times and keep the Board / Committee
informed of all financial trends and any areas of concern.
Issue receipts and promptly deposit all monies received.
Be responsible for ensuring that adequate records are kept regarding the clubs financial
Be a signatory on club cheques with at least one other person.
Ensure that other club members do not handle, deposit, pay out or otherwise deal with club funds
without your knowledge.
Invest surplus funds and manage the club’s investment program.
Acquit funds received from government and/or council grants and submit the necessary financial
Handle payroll and income tax for employees if necessary.
On behalf of the Board / Committee, negotiate with financial institutions for overdrafts, loans,
mortgages and other facilities as required.
Included is this section is a comprehensive Treasurer’s Handbook, reproduced by kind permission of the
Queensland Southern Division Rugby League.

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