|Vietnam Veterans of America|
|Treasurer’s Report, November/December 2022|
Finance Reports Now Due Jan. 1st
During the Leadership Conference several members approached me with questions about VVA’s financial reporting requirements and deadlines. Usually, the reporting process begins in November and is finalized by the Board of Directors at their January meeting. Failure to meet the deadline for filing these reports can result in the suspension of a state council or chapter.Snowstorms, wildfires, floods, tornadoes, and Covid precautions in 2022 disrupted the normal reporting deadlines for submissions. With that in mind, the deadline for the submission of the financial reports has been extended to January 1, 2023. This means that no state council or chapter will be suspended for delinquent reports until January 2, 2023. If any state council or chapter is having difficulties completing the reports, please notify VVA’s Director of Finance Anthony Powell. If any state council or chapter is unable to meet the deadline, a written letter or email must be submitted to the VVA Treasurer no later than December 31, 2022. There is a difference between having questions about completing the Financial Reports and failing to submit the information. Chapters and state councils not reporting on time will still be subject to suspensions.
THE BUDGET PREP WORKSHOP
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