The Disbursement Voucher e-doc is used to reimburse employees and nonemployees for expenses incurred while conducting university business and to pay other vendors for performing a service, or providing material goods for the university. Most often this payment is in the form of a check although direct deposit and wire transfer options may be available.
The Disbursement Voucher may be used in situations in which a payment is not processed through another procurement method, such as purchase order or procurement card (pcard).
This three-hour class is designed to provide guidelines for reconciling asset and liability object codes and monitoring revenue and expense activity. It will define the difference between a reconciliation and monitoring activity, as well as cover risk assessment, properly recording sales tax, correcting unknown variances, and writing-off uncollectible receivables. We will be using the KFS Dashboards and hands-on exercises to reinforce reconciliation techniques and strategies in class.
This course is for staff members who work with accounting information or who are new to Cornell accounting methods. The three-session program uses a mixture of online and traditional classroom learning. There is an online, open-book exam after each session (a total of 3 exams) that must be completed along with all three sessions to receive credit. Exams do not need to be completed before attending the next session.
Each KFS Basics tutorial covers important information regarding common KFS attributes, fields, e-docs, and system functionality. Each one takes approximately 3-5 minutes to complete. No formal classes are anticipated. These are required prerequisites for all KFS classes.