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Fiscal Year End Information for Year Ending June 30, 2014
Fiscal Year End Information for Year Ending June 30, 2014
Please refer to the sections below for instructions, deadlines and important information relating to the fiscal year (FY) 2014 closing process.
Expenses are to be charged to the fiscal year in which the goods or services are received.
Revenues will be recorded in the fiscal year the services or goods were provided.
Accounts Payable (AP)
Check Disbursements - AP will cease printing checks on Thursday, June 19, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Check printing will resume July 8, 2014. Please submit all payment requests, including all travel expense vouchers for travel completed through the early part of June, 2014 to AP no later than Friday, June 13, 2014 at 4:00 pm to allow sufficient processing time prior to disbursement cutoff.
Invoices - If you have received any invoices for services or goods provided/delivered prior to June 30, 2014, they must be submitted to Accounts Payable as soon as possible but no later than July 11, 2014.
All travel expense vouchers for travel taking place prior to and including June 30, 2014 must reach the Accounts Payable Office no later than the close of business on Friday, July 11, 2014. This will allow sufficient processing time for these expenses to be recorded in Fiscal Year 2014.
All travel starting on or after July 1, 2014 must be encumbered in FY 2015. Funds Reservations for travel that will occur on or after July 1 should not be entered until FY 2015 (beginning July 1, 2014), or entered with a posting date of 07/01/2014.
The cutoff for use of the Purchasing Card for Fiscal Year 2014 is Friday, June 20, 2014. Use of the card may resume Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Transactions beginning July 1 will be recorded in the new Fiscal Year 2015.
All chargebacks for FY 2014, including chargebacks for the month of June 2014, must be posted in SAP by Tuesday, July 15, 2014. If you send your entries to Deb Newman to post using GLSU, please have the information to her by Monday, July 14th so your chargebacks can be posted by the 15th. If, after July 15th, you determine that a chargeback for FY 2014 should have been made, please contact Deb at x4574. Please remember that for FY 2014 chargebacks entered on or after July 1, 2014, you will need to make sure your FB50 screen is modified. Please refer to Chargeback Instructions for Fiscal Year End 2014 (.PDF) for instructions.
Delivery Date - Purchase Requisitions and Purchase Orders are encumbered in the fiscal year the delivery date falls. The delivery date needs to be the date you actually expect to receive the item or service. For any good/service that will not be received until after June 30, 2014, a delivery date of 7/1/2014 or later must be used. Funds must be encumbered in the fiscal year the expense will be posted against budget. Please do not use a 6/30/14 or prior date for the purpose of using up available FY 2014 budget.
The posting date on goods receipts and invoice receipts determines which fiscal year the expense is charged, and the invoice receipt (IR) entered by AP MUST be in the same fiscal year as the goods receipt (GR).
Last day to post FY 2014 activity in MM/AP modules is July 18, 2014. This includes MIGO, MIRO and FB60 transactions. All items physically received on campus prior to July 1, 2014 must be received in SAP by COB July 18, 2014. Please see Fiscal Year End Instructions FY 2014 (.PDF) for complete details.
The last day to post FY 2014 journal entries is July 18, 2014. Please refer to FB50 Instructions for Fiscal Year End 2014 (.PDF) for important information regarding creating FY 2014 entries and modifying the FB50 screen to accommodate FY 2014 entries made after June 30, 2014.
Accrual Entries - please use the GLSU Accrual Template (.xls) when creating reversing entries (accruals, prepaid, receivables, etc.). All accrual entries using the template need to have "05" (make sure zero is not dropped) as the reversal reason and 07/01/2014 as the reversal date. The documents will be reversed out when the F.81 is run for FY 2015.
All miscellaneous deposits received for services or activities that occurred prior to July 1, 2014 must be received in the Finance and Business Services department prior to July 18, 2014 so they can be recorded as a FY 2014 revenue/receivable.
All open department funds reservations should be reviewed by the close of business Friday, June 6, 2014 to determine if they should be closed or submitted for payment. Please see Year-End Check Funds Reservations (.PDF) for instructions on how to view or cancel open reservations.
Funds Reservations for Services - FRs for services that are expected to be received on or after July 1 should not be entered until FY 2015 (beginning July 1, 2014) or entered with a posting date of 07/01/2014.
Budget Deficits - transfers must be entered to cover any deficit at the summary level of Other Expenses, Utilities and Leases-Real Estate. In general it is not necessary to cover deficits that occur at the individual six-digit commitment item or in the personnel area. To identify deficits, please use SAP reports or the Business Intelligence (BI) Budget Report.
The last day to enter budget transfers (pre-posted documents) between funds centers that are in different funds (to cover overall operating budget deficits) is July 18, 2014. The last day to enter budget transfers (pre-posted documents) between funds centers that are in the same fund is July 22, 2014.
Commitment items - all open commitment items (Purchase Requisitions, Purchase Orders, Funds Reservations), along with related budget, will be carried forward July 26-27, 2014 to FY 2015 budget.
Residual budget balances (available amounts remaining in FY 2014 after all expenditures have been posted) – will carryforward to new budget year FY 2015 beginning on August 16, 2014 for the following funds centers (this may take up to two weeks to complete): E&G General Fund (FC 1011), E&G Special Programs (FC 1012), E&G Self Supporting (FC 1013), Academic Enhancement (FC 1013) and Auxiliary (FC 102x). Please reference FY1415 New FY and FYE 1314 Budget Instructions (.pdf) for details on the carryforward process and information on where all funds centers carryforward.
Vartan Way will have all pay accruals posted by July 3, 2014. For FY 2014, the accrual is based on Pay 15 (June 30-July 11, 2014) so a factor of 10% (Pay 15 has one day in June and nine in July) will be used for the calculations. The accrual will include the following:
- 26-Pay Faculty regular salaries and percentage benefits – accrue pays 15, 16, 17, 18.
- Hourly (Non-20/26-Pay Faculty) employees - regular salaries, percentage benefits and flat benefits – accrue 10% of pay 15
- 26-Pay Faculty flat benefits – accrue 10% of pay 15
- There will be no accrual for 20-Pay Faculty – last pay of FY 2014 is May 30, 2014
- Exception – student pay accrual will not post until July 15, 2014
For FY 2014, Pay 14 is the payroll that has the liability that crosses fiscal years. Please see Pay 14 Correcting JE Instructions-FY 2014 (.xls) if you need to make corrections to the Pay 14 expense postings.
FY 2014 Audit
Preliminary audit - June 10 - June 12, 2014.
Final audit – August 11 - August 22, 2014.
First FinRpt submission is due Sunday, August 10, 2014.
Final FinRpt submission is due Sunday, August 31, 2014.