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WEBINAR: FY20 Closing/FY21 Opening Procedures (Year End Procedures)

Event Type
Jun 3, 2020   10:30 am - 12:00 pm  
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Originating Calendar
All Universities - Webinars

Contact: OBFS Training Team / Jason Bane
Instructor(s): Jason Bane

Webinar Description:
This presentation enhances the information in the University of Illinois FY20 Closing/FY21 Opening Procedures document. Join University Payables, University Payroll and Benefits, Purchasing and University Accounting & Financial Reporting as we explain the importance of initiating and posting transactions in the appropriate fiscal year, identifying significant deadlines and how to avoid common errors. The course explores the impact of having two fiscal years open simultaneously on daily activities and prepares you for the transition from FY20 to FY21. Anyone with financial and payroll responsibilities is encouraged to attend.

CPE Statement:
The Office of Business and Financial Services is an Illinois Public Accountant Continuing Professional Education (CPE) sponsor and can offer CPE credit to Certified Public Accountant (CPA) participants in this course.

How to Connect to the Webinar:
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Support Information:
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