PARENT-SCOUT HANDBOOK OF
TROOP OPERATING PROCEDURES
All money earning projects of Troop 813 will be in accordance with the "Charter and Bylaws of the BSA," and the "Rules and Regulations of the BSA."
The Troop Committee will be responsible for approving and submitting appropriate forms for BSA approval for all money earning projects that Troop 813 undertakes.
All profits will be divided equally between the Troop reserve account and the Scout savings account:
b. Each Scout/Scouter participating in Troop fund raising activities will have credited to their savings account a dollar amount based on the following formula: The net profit (actual money earned minus all expenses) divided by two will determine the amount available to be split amongst the Scouts/Scouters. This amount divided by the total hours worked by all participants will equal the hourly rate. The total hours worked by each Scout/Scouter and their family members will then be multiplied against the hourly rate to determine the actual money added to the individual account.
c. The Treasurer will maintain the accounts for each Scout/Scouter and will provide a statement to each Scout/Scouter to show the current balance. He/She will also ensure that the amount required to support the total of all the separate savings accounts is available in the Troop checking account.
d. The amount required to re-register can be deducted from each Scout's savings account (if sufficient funds are available) each February with the approval of the individual account holder.
e. All remaining funds in the savings account of a Scout/Scouter dropped from the Troop will revert to the Troop's reserve account. All remaining funds in the savings account of an active Scout/Scouter in good standing with the troop transferring to another troop will go to the Scout/Scouter for transfer to the new troop.
Dues: The Scouts will determine whether to collect dues and if so, how much they will be. Dues will go into the patrol account to be used to benefit all members of that patrol.