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1 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 1 How to Read Your Financial Statements Presented by San Francisco State University Auxiliary Business Services

2 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 2 Components The Cover Letter Fiscal Year definition Statement of Activity and Changes in Net Assets (The Income Statement)

3 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 3 The Cover Letter Normal  Identifies accounting period  Provides contact information Exceptional  The 2 nd paragraph will mention any irregular conditions or constraints.

4 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 4 Fiscal Year July 1 ~ June 30 The fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30. Personal income tax periods (payroll) are from January 1 to December 31.

5 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 5 Income Statement Columns:  Budget  Open Commitments  YTD Actuals  Balance Available  Percent of Usage

6 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 6 Budget Column Includes: Original Budget & Revised Budget after adjustments  Inter-account transfers  Mid-Year adjustments  Distributions to Organizations & Graduations

7 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 7 YTD Actuals What has already been spent Year-to-Date (YTD)  cumulative activity from the beginning of the fiscal year to the present period.

8 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 8 Open Commitments Purchase Orders (PO’s) and Contracts  are instruments that commit portions of the budget for select purposes.  The “open” portion of a PO or Contract is what hasn’t been spent yet. Reasons for open balances:  some PO’s & Contracts are encumbered (or committed) for the entire year and expended slowly over time  Timing – invoice(s) not received yet

9 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 9 Balance Available Formula: + Revised Budget - (YTD Actual & Open Commitments) Amount of latest revised budget that hasn’t been spent or earned  positive number equals balance available to spend  negative number equals amount overdrawn (spent in excess of budget)

10 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 10 Percent of Usage Percent of the latest revised budget that’s been used or earned Typical exceptions  PO or Contract was written for all or majority of year  timing: spending is seasonal and not evenly paced throughout the year  budget was inaccurate

11 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 11 Program Subtotals Revenue “credit” (negative number) Personnel Costs “debit” (positive number) Operating Expense “debit” Net Contribution “credit”  Revenue exceeds sum of Personnel & Operating Expense Net Subsidy “debit”  Sum of Personnel & Operating exceeds Revenue

12 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 12 Consolidated General Fund only Budget % to Date Revenue  Student Fees  Program Revenue  Net Assets Released (from Temporarily Restricted Fund to General Fund) Expenses  Personnel  Operating Expenses  Capital Equipment Net -Surplus/Deficit

13 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 13 Consolidated General Fund only Transfers to/from –Reserves Contingency maintained at 10% of annual Operating Expenses Debt Service maintained to secure debt repayment –Building Fund

14 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 14 Consolidated Budget % to Date This percentage represents the portion of the fiscal year that has transpired.  For example, December is the 6 th month of the fiscal year. It is half way through the fiscal year. The budget percentage to date is 50%.  This provides a useful reference for the “% of Usage” in the program statements – especially when spending is fairly regular throughout the year (as in salaries).

15 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 15 ASI Allowances unallocated portions of budget This shows how much is still available for distribution in the following areas:  Operating  Personnel  Organizations  Graduations

16 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 16 Delivery Schedule The statements are distributed to the Management and Board via in PDF format. A hard copy is sent to the Executive Director. They are sent out around mid-month following the reporting month.

17 4/29/2015SFSU Auxiliary Business Services 17 The End Thank you!


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