It's your last chance to attend DFA classes for the school year (classes will resume in September 2017)! The following DFA classes have open seats and are open to any person interested in learning more about Cornell accounting/finance policies.
This workshop is designed to provide recharge operation and service facility managers with the background and knowledge necessary to develop accurate, equitable, and compliant user fees. Topics covered: key definitions, relevant regulations and policies, key requirements of University Policy 3.10, Recharge Entities, recharge operations vs.
Accounting certification will help employees to develop and enhance accounting skills and knowledge by providing an overview of the accounting function, as well as detailed training on the use of specific accounting tools and their associated policies and procedures. The Accounting Certification Program (ACP) is being revamped at this time; however, as the core courses become available you can take them individually, and apply them to the certification.
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.