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Finances & Funds
The primary role of the Treasurer is to safeguard the Region’s monies and assets. Treasurers play a vital role in protecting AYSO’s non-profit status.
Treasurers are responsible for acting within the scope of AYSO’s financial policies, procedures and guidelines. They are responsible for:
- managing accounts receivable (revenue) and accounts payable (expenses).
- providing timely financial reports to the Regional Board and the national Finance department.
- coordinating the annual budget preparation.
- overseeing player registration fee handling, payments.
- abiding by good internal control procedures.
- maintaining financial records for seven years.
- coding deposits and expenses for accurate tax reporting.
- submitting 1099 reports to Finance by January 10 each year.
- Maintain a reserve of at least $5 per player but not more that $12 per players to ensure financial stability of the Region.
Treasurers are required to take:
- AYSO’s Safe Haven
- CDC’s Concussion Awareness training
- Treasurer job training
- NAP Online workshop
You must first complete an AYSO volunteer application and be approved as an AYSO volunteer by your local AYSO Region. Once you are approved as a volunteer, the training to become an AYSO referee is provided to you for free. You should contact your AYSO Region’s Referee Administrator to get more information about the training schedule for referees in your Region. See Volunteer Requirements for more information.
They are us: volunteers. Many referees start when their children are young and move up with them. Referee training is provided for all age groups and levels.
AYSO is a volunteer organization; we all do it for the kids. Each season we need as many referees as coaches if not more. Refereeing is easier and less of a time commitment. AYSO is about playing Fun, Fair and Safe. Our referee training is what makes it possible. If there is no official to referee a game the kids don’t get to play.