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I was a treasurer for the board of a local nonprofit when the president micro managed my duties and did not bring funds from events for my verification and deposits. I resigned my position. Is there any legal standing I have that the president would not allow me as the treasurer to verify monies received from events and deposit the monies to our accounts. I am the one ultimately responsible for all said funds. How do I report the abuse of the president of the board?

If you resigned as a member of the board as well as treasurer, you probably don't have any standing to challenge the president's conduct unless your organization is a membership organization and you are still a member.  Lack of standing to bring a suit, however, does not prevent you from complaining to other directors and officers and urging them to straighten things out.  —Don Kramer

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