109 Duties of the Accountant

109 Duties of the Accountant

ยง 109 Duties of the Accountant 
The Tribal Accountant may be an employee or may be contracted by the Tribal Council to provide accounting services to the Tribe. The Accountant shall:

A. Receive, manage and assist in the organization of the accounting records of the Tribe.

B. Provide accounting services in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

C. Satisfy all transaction entry needs, including receipts, deposits, payroll processing, accounts payable disbursements, recording of credit card charges, and recurring journal entries.

D. Ensure that all transactions are processed in accordance with Tribal laws, policies and procedures, pursuant to authorization by appropriate officials.

E. Prepare and record all reconciling journal entries for each month-end close for the balance sheet accounts of the Tribe.

F. Prepare monthly fund financial statements of the Tribe, consisting of the balance sheet and a statement of revenues, expenditures and changes to fund balances.

G. Prepare the necessary tax documents of the Tribe, unless such duty is otherwise assigned.

H. Other duties as assigned by the Tribal Council. 

[Legislative History: Enacted by Resolution No. 2018-76, 10/19/2018]
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