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What is the most important rule of a treasurer?
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What is a guideline you follow that has helped you stay accurate and organized? When you start a new job, what is the first priority? Learning systems and understanding the current financial status of the company will set you up to be knowledgeable and prepared. Once you're in the position, staying up to date on the financials and being a resource in order to provide sound information to back up decisions are top priority. If you know of a rule that will help you be successful, share it!

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What is the most important rule of a treasurer?
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Providing cost effective programs while retaining quality staff.
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The most important rule of a treasurer is understanding how to budget and finding a balance between spending and saving.
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Gate keeper of the efficient cash and funding with mitigating all financial risk associated and max the profit.
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To pen your signature on all monetary aspects.
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I believe it is understanding how to budget and finding a balance between spending and saving.
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Understand how to budget and do so with confidentiality.