Top Ten Things to Look For in Your Co-op's Financial Statements

Join us for this workshop that is part of our Scheduled workshop series.

Have you ever looked at your co-op’s financial statements and wondered what it all means?

Most directors don’t have training in bookkeeping or accounting, and it’s not easy to get much out of those statements if you’re not sure what to look for. That can be a problem, because the financial statement is the single most important indicator of your co-op's financial health.

We’ll help the non-expert get more from co-op financial statements without going back to school! We’ll also learn about ten key things to watch for when reviewing your co-op’s finances.

Workshop facilitator: Andrew Sitko

Andrew has been an active member of three housing co-ops over a 15 year period, and has served on finance committees and as the treasurer of the board. He has worked for a housing co-op management company since 1995, holding positions as Office Coordinator, Accounting Coordinator, and Training Coordinator in addition to his current position as Senior Accounting Coordinator. Andrew’s expertise is in financial management and corporate management of housing co-ops.

 

 

Contact Name: 
Debbie Van Kuyk
Contact Email: 
education@chf.bc.ca
Event Date: 
May 25, 2017
Event Time: 
6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: 
220 - 1651 Commercial Drive, Vancouver