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The offices of secretary and treasurer may be held by a DC or a non-DC and may be elected to serve a maximum of three consecutive one year terms.  

Here are the duties of the Treasurer:  

A. The Treasurer is responsible for overseeing proper and up-to-date accounts on all receipts, monies, funds, securities and expenditures.

B. The Treasurer shall be a member of the Budget Committee and a member of both the Credentials Committee, and the Convention Committee. 

C. The President, Treasurer, Executive Director and any employees handling funds shall furnish a bond in a sum to be determined by the Board of Directors, but in no case less than an amount to protect the Congress. The cost of the bond will be borne by the Congress, and a copy of the current Bond shall be supplied to the President by hard copy and in the Board Only section of the Association Management software. 

D. The Treasurer shall furnish a complete report of all receipts and reimbursements to the Congress at the annual meeting and at such other times as the Board of Directors may request. 

E. The records of the Treasurer shall be open to inspection, at any reasonable time, by any member upon proper authorization of the President and Secretary, or the Board of Directors vote. 

F. The Treasurer and Executive Director, in cooperation with the Secretary, shall notify all members of the Congress of the dues and assessments no later than January 31. 

G. The Treasurer will assume the financial responsibilities of the Executive Director in his/her absence. 

H. The Treasurer’s name will be listed on the bank accounts of the Congress. 

I. The Treasurer will review the financial stability with the Executive Director and the Budget Committee following the Annual Business Meeting. Should this review reveal that the Congress is in possession of significant funds in excess of the anticipated operating expenses for the next business year, an amount of 10% of profits or the amount agreed upon by the Budget Committee will be proposed to the full Board for deposit into the Congress’ savings account. This deposit amount will be presented at the next full Board of Director’s meeting following the Annual Business meeting. Upon approval of the deposit amount by the Board, the Treasurer will ensure such amount is deposited in a timely manner.

 

ChiroCongress By-Laws adopted 11/3/2018

ChiroCongress Policy and Procedure Manual adopted 8/27/2018

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