A bullish Mather said he expected to get the all-clear from auditors next month after checks were made to see if the Ibrox club had enough money to run for another 12 months.
In an exclusive interview with SportTimes, he insisted: "We are really positive about the cash balance.
"If you look at Scottish football and football in general, how many clubs in the world would love to say they own the stadium, they own the training ground, they own the parking facilities, they own Edmiston House, they have no debt, they own all the players, there is no cash owed on a player, and they have £10m in the bank."
Mather also disclosed talks were going on with high earners at the club over the level of salaries.
'Brian Stockbridge, finance director, has come out and said he is not going to take a bonus for winning the league," he said.
"Alistair [McCoist] has said he is going to talk about his pay package and we have already had discussions on this and these are ongoing.
"He is very open-minded and positive about addressing that. I have done the same.
"There is a lot of positivity out there. Every high earner is taking it on the chin about where we are and addressing that and looking to build for Rangers."
Mather also wants to give the fans a greater say in the running of the club and was in talks with police and local authorities to introduce a fan zone at Ibrox.
"We have spoken about introducing a membership scheme and giving more people a voice. It should never be about who shouts loudest," he said.
"Then fans can influence things that happen at the club whether it is the colour of the strip, the food we serve, the half-time entertainment.
"I have nothing against fans having a bigger say in the running of the club. We have to get the mechanism in place to facilitate that."
He is also searching for a chairman after the departure of Walter Smith. He added: "We want someone who understands the plc world. They have to understand Rangers and what it means to many people and have a clear mind so that they can make decisions that are rational and objective.
"There are a few names in the hat. They are very well regarded in the business world and a couple are well regarded in a footballing sense.
"We will get the right man. But they do not want to walk in now. They want to wait until there is calm."