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Calendar iconUpdated September 27, 2021

Florence Haro-Ale manages the American Samoa Government (ASG) Treasury Department's General Accounting Division. In this capacity, Florence supervises five employees. The General Accounting Division is responsible for the reconciliations of all ASG bank accounts, including Grants, Payroll, and General Fund in addition to reviewing travel expense reports for all ASG travelers, and making sure that employees use funds properly for trainings/conferences they attend. Florence is also responsible for generating the ASG daily cash report for Treasury management and acts as the ASG liaison with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service which requires her to and deal with all IRS issues such as paying ASG FICA and Medicare payments via EFTPS and filing quarterly returns. Florence's other duties include ASG on-line transactions; such as account and wire transfers, stop payments, etc., via the Bank of Hawaii system and reconciling all of the ASG departments billings. Florence attended Chaminade University in Honolulu receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management with a focus in Finance and Accounting.

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