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Jun
04

This workshop will walk you through the key activities that departments, laboratories, and centers (DLCs) perform during the Fiscal Year-End Close, in preparation for publishing MIT's financial statements and the Treasurer's Report. The course is provided to help ensure that MIT's audited financial statements are in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and that relevant budget variances are appropriately addressed.

Instructors:

10:00 AM-11:00 AM
NE49-3100 Grand Cayman Conference Room
Property, Tax, and Accounting

Jun
19

This workshop will walk you through the key activities that departments, laboratories, and centers (DLCs) perform during the Fiscal Year-End Close, in preparation for publishing MIT's financial statements and the Treasurer's Report. The course is provided to help ensure that MIT's audited financial statements are in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and that relevant budget variances are appropriately addressed.

Instructors:

10:00 AM-11:00 AM
NE49-3100 Grand Cayman Conference Room
Property, Tax, and Accounting

Available through the Atlas Learning Center: http://web.mit.edu/training/course.html?course=ADM10050w&sys=PS1

This course covers the basic knowledge and skills needed for financial management at MIT.

Property, Tax, and Accounting

Available through the Atlas Learning Center.

This course is intended for learners who conduct financial reviews at MIT. Reviewing the course should take approximately 30 to 45 minutes to complete.

One of the most important parts of your role is to know the elements of an expense or revenue transaction. Financial Review and Control – or FRC – helps you understand this and the key elements of risk at MIT.

This online training will show the basics of FRC and how to recognize what constitutes effective review.

Property, Tax, and Accounting