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LIBRARY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT P.K.CHATTERJEE LAKE TRAVIS COMMUNITY LIBRARY
TOPICS PLANNING/BUDGETING EXPENSE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL CONTROLS PAYMENT METHODS ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS INVESTMENT OF FUNDS
BUDGETING FORECASTING REVENUE – BASED ON TRENDS – ECONOMIC SCENARIO – SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS – CONSULTING CITY OFFICIALS
BUDGETING FORECASTING EXPENSES ZERO-BASED TRENDS SPECIAL PROGRAMS / INITIATIVES BELT-TIGHTENING INFLATION STAFFING SALARY INCREASES
EXPENSE MANAGEMENT LINE ITEM CONTROL VS OVERALL CONTROL REVIEW FREQUENCY EVALUATE PURPOSE CONTINUALLY – MEASURE DISCRETIONARY ITEMS VOLUNTEERS OPERATING RESERVE CREDIT CARD EXPERTS
FINANCIAL CONTROLS TEXAS PROCUREMENT MANUAL CONTRACTS SEPARATION OF DUTIES EXPENSE AUTHORIZATION LIMITS
ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS MANUAL VS SYSTEM BALANCING CASH VS ACCRUAL 1099s REPORTS SYSTEM BACK-UP
INVESTMENT OF FUNDS PFIA PRESERVATION & SAFETY OF PRINCIPAL TEXPOOL / CDs / MMKT / TREASURIES MATURITIES / FUND AVAILABILITY LOCAL BANKS / CREDIT UNIONS FDIC INSURANCE: $250,000 (TILL 2013) DEPOSITORY AGREEMENT
RATES TEXPOOL 0.32% TEXPOOL PRIME 0.44% TREASURY 6 MONTH 0.28% TREASURY 12 MONTH 0.46% TREASURY 2 YEAR 1.02% MONEY MARKET 2.50% CD 2 YEAR 2.50% OUR CURRENT CDs 3.47% (MATURITY: 229 DAYS)
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Section 1: Banks. Distinguish Commercial Banks vs. Credit Unions vs. Savings and Loans Associations Determine the services offered by banks Identify.
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