Managing Your Finances

ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT, June 2004
American Society of Association Executive

If you're a small-staff association executive, chances are that you don't have a chief financial officer to whom you can turn to answer all of your questions about budgets, taxes, accounting, or what have you.

If you're a small-staff association executive, chances are that you don't have a chief financial officer to whom you can turn to answer all of your questions about budgets, taxes, accounting, or what have you.

However, there is a practical, comprehensive resource to which you can refer--the Financial Management Handbook for Associations and Nonprofits by Craig Stevens, Kate Petrillo, and Dawn Brown. Loaded with samples, the Financial Management Handbook provides you with a wealth of information to successfully manage your association's revenue and expenses. Chapters include information on

  • generally accepted accounting principles;
  • accounting systems;
  • budgeting;
  • financial reporting;
  • internal controls;
  • relationships with auditors; and
  • tax reporting.

To order your copy, contact the ASAE Member Service Center at 202-371-0940 or 888-950-ASAE; or e-mail service@asaenet.org. Request product AMR216890, priced at $49.95 for ASAE members and $60 for nonmembers.

 
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