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  1. A Resolution was just passed through our Council, but it was just discovered that the dollar amount pertaining to a grant was incorrect. I feel that logically, the resolution must go back through Council with a motion to amend, but I can't find anything in Robert's Rules that specifically states that. Any info or thoughts would be appreciated.
  2. I am a new president of a non-profit organization. I have been a member for over 10 years. Our by-laws require us to elect a president, VP, Secretary, treasurer, and 3 trustees. Trustees serve 3 year staggering terms, all others one year terms. In the description of their duties, it clearly states that trustees will audit the treasurer's reports and all accounts quarterly. All chairpersons will submit budgets to be reviewed by the executive committee and accepted by the whole association. We have only 2 accounts - checking and savings. All expenditures must be approved by the association and all checks must be double signed. Last year, a "finance committee" was appointed - not sure by whom. They added to our by laws that this committee shall also perform quarterly audits, review budgets, and assist with getting bids. I believe this is not needed. We ELECT officers and trustees to perform this duty. I am receiving pressure to enact this finance committee. Is there a rule that governs appointment of finance committees? Do I have to appoint the same members as last year or can I as president appoint my own? Can I appoint my current trustees? Thank you CK
  3. Finance

    If the Chamber is low on funds can a member of the board make a loan to the chamber?
  4. Can an organization or committee increase the financial obligation of a member without a vote by the club. For instance a member is required to purchase 10 raffle tickets. When the bylaws were written the tickets were 10 dollars a piece. This has been practice for ten years. A new chairman has decreed that each member now purchase ten tickets at 20 dollars each. Should there be a vote by the membership to increase the amount?
  5. Finance Committee

    Does Roberts Rules, 11th edition make any rules regarding forming a finance committee and the process or procedures they must follow?
  6. We are on gated community run by Roberts Rules. We are developing a policy for the preparation of a new fiscal budget that the finance committee must follow. Some are saying that our secretary/treasurer MUST BE a member of the finance committee according to Roberts Rules. Others are saying that "she partners with the committee to provide data, numbers and any other financial information they need. We would like to know which is correct. Does she HAVE TO BE a member or does she PARTNER WITH the committee to provide the required and asked for information. Does she help prepare the budget or simply provide the information? Thanks
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