Responsibilities of the ISST Treasurer
· Participate in the monthly Go-to-meeting.
· Counsel the Board on all legal and financial matters.
· Participate in board or society’s special work groups.
· Represent the society in or out of court (alone)
· Help to prepare biennial membership assembly according to the statutes
· Compile our cash reports and our activity reports and send them to the German tax revenue office (Finanzamt) to prove our non-profit-status (Gemeinnützigkeit) and to get tax exemption.
· Act as a controlling officer for any financial and legal endeavors of the ISST and the Board, esp. check if things are done according to the statutes.
· Have registered all changes of the statutes and all changes within the Board at the law court (Vereinsgericht, with the help of a notary).
· Prepare changes of the statutes to be voted on at the membership assembly.
· Help the voting committee to handle the electronic board voting procedure according to the statutes.
Money, accounting, insurances:
- Sign for bank accounts.
- Control the bank accounts and the credit card facilities
- Set up and maintain an accounting system.
- Enter all earnings and expenses into categories to be summed up for our comprehensive annual financial statement each year.
- Prepare the annual financial balances for the biennial membership assembly
- Set up a proposal for the biennial budget plan
- Report to credit card control associations on our handling practice in order to get the annual PCCI compliance seal for customers’ protection
- Check and organize all insurance matters (liability, legal protection)
- Help with the financial side of the biennial conference and the Summer School with registrations
- Publish a final balance on earnings and expenses
· Check if all members have paid their fees and follow up
Employment and remuneration of assistants, free lancers and other suitable helping persons (e.g., lawyer, tax accountant, web consultant):
Due to the establishment of ISST as a not-for-profit organization based in Germany, an ISST member either from Germany, or familiar with German laws governing not-for-profit organizations is highly recommended.
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