Three Keys for Communicating Financial Information
Three Keys for Communicating Financial Information
Keep your financial reports focused and useful.

When communicating financial information to boards and committees, keep the following three key factors in mind.

1. Accuracy

Your credibility is on the line when you provide financial information for meetings. A mistake can happen, but if there is a pattern of necessary revisions to reports that have already been released, people will begin to lose trust in the information. It's important to view preparing for these meetings as more than just another task on your to-do list. The information you provide may be used to make significant decisions about the direction of the ministry. It is critical that every report is accurate.

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Church Finance Today, 2018, October
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