STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGAN

STATEMENT A

STATEA\ENT OF OPERATIONS FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 2011 LIS or Std Acct
REVENUE Student fees Vending - food Emergency Aid Donation Interest Food - deli Room lease Lease Income - Note 13 Bookstore - Note 14 Newspaper - Note 15 Pub and food services - Note 16 Coffee House - Note 17 Sponsorship income UPass administration fee 2011 2010 2009

230 231 232 234 235 238 241 240.* 239.* 244.* 245* 242 247*

S

831,551 6,636 2,400 30,758 1,719 85,932 60,848 6,514 81,336 20,509 6,"130 35,252 1,169,585 9,563 6,652 -12,906 186,476 2,968 5,819 15,9i5 18,160 16,350 2,400 13,323 4,12'1 1,250
258

S

719,883 8,779 2,400 30,657 1,225 79,384 38,352 (394) 31,059 40,845 12,802 29,107 994,099 8,275 5,759 12,985 133,083 4,173 9,189 15,997 19,533 2,400 10,642 4,730 1,501 527 893 57,325 5,511 183,740 57,663 2,466 5,993 1,423 4,200 1,566 13,993 18,624 211,403 779 39,572 833,945

S

613,163 9,413 2,400 39,352 15,151 12,396 37,159 14,162 4,576 5,895 6,712 27,043 787,422 12,519 4,905 1,376 18,383 2,396 3,374 13,783 18,697 2,400 14,649 7,474 1,244 839 7,664 55,442 11,701 153,600 1,074 7,937 640 3,600 (180) 8,740 11,848 192,622 3,377 560,104

EXPENSES Accounting and legal Administration collections Advertising and promotion Amortization Bad debts Bank charges and interest Campaign Clubs and course union grants Council conferences & training Emergency aid Employee conferences Executive and elections Fax Frosh Kits Handbook, net Honoraria Insurance Interest on long term debt Lease expense Memberships Office expenses Office repairs and maintenance Resource Centres Safewalk expenses Student life Telephone and utilities Wages and employee benefits Web page (Gain) loss on disposal of assets

850 851 852 854 858 860 862 863 866 861 865 869 871 872 873 875 87() 876 879 881 882 877 883 884 867 893 890 895 339

1,160 54,933 11,568 165,985 1,080 6,667 898 5,400 39 17,189 22,280 228,728 768 812,861

See accompanying

notes to financial statements

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EXCESS (DEFICIENCY)

OF REVENUE OVER EXPENSES

$

356,724

S

160,154

S

227,318

See accompanying

notes to financial statements

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STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGAN STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN NET ASSETS FOR THE YEAR ENDED Ndj,.Y 31, 2011 LIS or Std Acct
INVESTMENT IN CAPITAL ASSETS Beginning balance Increase (decrease) in investment in capital assets Purchase of capital assets Contributions to JPM Student Center Amortization· Statement A Gain (loss) on disposal of assets - Statement A Mortgage advances, net of repayments Ending balance LIS or Std Acct UNRESTRICTED Beginning balance Excess (deficiency) of revenue over expenses before amortization and gain (loss) on disposal of assets Statement A Purchase of capital assets Contributions to JPM Student Center Mortgage advances (repayments) Transfer of prior year surplus to new building fund Ending balance LIS or Std Acct RESTRICTED Beginning balance Transfer of prior year surplus to new building Contributions to JPM Student Center Ending balance TOTAL NET ASSETS fund

STATEMENT

B

2011

2010

2009

17700 S31 854
339

$

373.328 58,245 4,822 (186,476) 55,927

S

(71,943) 285,408 3,190,636 (133,083) (39,572) (2,858,118)

S

255,696 12,318 293,559 (18,383) (615,133)

s

305,846 2011

S

373,328 2010

S

(71,943) 2009

17100
NctTnc

s

668,051 543,2.00

S

862,421 332,810 (285,408) (99,890) (141,882)

S

340,799 245,701 (12,318) (268,559) 615,133 (58,335)

NctInc

17650 17650
¢

(58,245) (4,822) (55,927)

... 1,092,257
2011

S

668,051 2010

S

862,421 2009

17100 17600 17600

$

29,342

S S S

120,088 (90,746)

S S S

86,753 58,335 (25,000) 120,088 910,566

s

29,342

29,342 1,070,721

$ 1,427,445

See accompanying

notes to financial

statements

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STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGAN iAAY 3 r, 20'I"i
5TATEMENT OF FINANCiAL

STATEMENT

C

=osmou

ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS Cash Accounts receivable Inventory - Notes 2 & 4 Prepaid insurance premium

LIS or Std Act

2011

2010

2009

A
BID C

$

378,157 73,564 19,040

S

297,152 24,447 21,582

S

D
470,761 343,181 463,424 22,418

170,146 52,966 6,286 5,176 234,574 678,612

INVESTMENTS - Note 2 LOAN RECEIVABLE - SUSHI BAR - Note 5 RESTRICTED CASH -Reserves - Note 6 -Trust funds - Note 6 CAPITAL ASSETS - Notes 2 & 7

F n

802,811 "11,307

E EE.2
M

29,296

29,296 521,944 3,846,577

120,042 433,621 543,190

572,775
3,723,'169

$ 5,610,1'19

S

5,226,840

S

2,010,039

UAB!UT!ES
CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts payable - Note 8 Due to Okanagan College Students Unearned revenue Current portion of long-term debt

BBIDD $
Union

189,272 3,303

11250

GG

S

KK
EE

94,095
286,670

153,786 500 6,638 85,949 246,873 521,944 3,387,302 4,156,119

S

23,661 700 26,358 42,244 92,963 433,621 572,889 1,099,473

FUNDS HELD IN TRUST - Note 6 LONG-TERM DEBT - Note 10

572,775

KK

3,323,2.29
4,182,674

NET ASSETS"
UNRESTRICTED RESTRICTED

Statement

B

INVESTED IN CAPITAL ASSETS

SS.1 SS.3

305,846 1,092,257 29,342 i ,427,445

373,328 668,051 29,342 1,070,721

(71,943) 862,421 12°1°88 910,566

ENDING BALANCE

$ 5,610,119
CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS - Note 12 CONTINGENT LIABILITIES - Note 11

S

5,226,840

S

2,010,039

APPROVED ON BEHALF OF THE STUDENTS UNION

See accompanying

notes to financial

statements

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STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGAN STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 2011
LIS or Std Acct OPERATIONS Receipts from Revenue Payments to suppliers for goods and services Payments to and on behalf of employees Payments of interest Changes in sales taxes CASH PROVIDED INVESTMENTS Acquisition of capital assets Contributions to JPM Student Center CASH USED FINANCING Proceeds on long-term debt Payments on long-term debt Advances from (to) Okanagan College Students Union CASH PROVIDED (USED) INCREASE (DECREASE) IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS BEGINNING CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS ENDING CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS REPRESENTED BY: Cash Reserves Term deposits ENDING CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS

STATEMENT

0

2011

2010

2009

t 3 4

S

5
6

2,799,144 (1,489,65Z) (605,226) (165,985) 1,605 539,8B6

S

2,425,869 (1,246,609) (556,383) (183,740) 61 439,198 (285,408) (3,190,636) (3,476,044) 3,000,000 (141,882) (200) 2,857,918 (178,928) 9681800

S

1,565,095 (967,211) (337,268) (462) 260,154 (12,317) (293,559) (305,876) 650,000 (34,867) 700 615,833 570,111 398,689

S31 S44

(58,245) (4,82.2) (63,067)

s90 S91

GG

(55,927) (500) (56,427) 420,392

A

789,372

$ 1,210,264

S

789,872

S

968,800

A F

$

378,157 29,296 802,81 'I

S S

297,152 29,296 463,424 789,872

S S

170,146 120,042 678,612 968,800

$ 1,210,264

See accompanying

notes to financial

statements

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STUDErHS UNiON OF USC OKANAGAN
NOTES TO fiNANCIAL MAY 31, 201 'I Note 1 STATENIENTS

PURPOSE THE ORGANIZATION OF The purpose of the Students Union of UBC Okanagan is to co-ordinate, direct and promote the activities of the students of the UBCOkanagancampus. The Students Union is registered under the B.C. Society Act as a not-for-profit organization and is exempt from income taxes under the Income Tax Act of Canada.

Note 2

SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES a) Revenue recognition The Students Union receives monies from a number of different sources and classifies these monies into different categories of revenue. The Students Union uses the deferral method of accounting for contributions. Revenuesreceived without restrictions are reported as revenue at the time the services are substantially provided or the product is delivered. b) Valuation of inventories Inventory has been valued at the lower of cost (determined principally on the first-in, first-out and specific item basis) or net realizable value. Supplies are recorded at cost. c) Investments Investments are carried at cost. Credit Union. The investments consist of term deposits at Interior Savings

d) Amortization Amortization of capital assets has been recorded using the declining balance method (except as noted) the following annual rates prorated for the number of months of ownership: JPMStudent Center 30 yrs Straight Line Office equipment 20 % Recreation equipment 20 % Computer equipment 20 % Newspaperequipment 20 % Bookstore equipment 20 % Pub and food service equipment 20 % Coffee Houseequipment 20 % Signage 20 % e) Basisof presentation These financial statements have been prepared in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles that are applicable to a Students Union that will continue in operation for the foreseeable future and will be able to realize its assets and discharge its liabilities in the normal course of operations (a "going concern"). f) Use of estimates When preparing financial statements according to Canadian generally accepted accounting principles, estimates are made and assumptionsrelating to: Reported amounts of revenue and expenses Reported amounts of assetsand liabilities Disclosureof contingent assetsand liabilities Assumptions are based on a number of factors including historical experience, current events, actions that the Students Union may undertake in the future, and other assumptions that are believed to be reasonable under the circumstances. Actual results could differ from those estimates under different conditions and assumptions. Estimates are used when accounting for certain items such as useful lives of capital assets, impairment of long-lived assets, goodwill, employee future benefits, allowance for doubtful accounts, and provision for slow-rnoving inventories.

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STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGAN i,MY 31, 2011
Note 2 SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES, ontinued c g) Net Assets invested in capital assets

Notes continued

In September 2008, the CICAmade certain amendments to the Handbook Section 4400, "Financial Statement Presentation by Not-for Profit Organizations", The amendments are effective for the student union for the fiscal year commencing June 1, 2009 and include removal of the requirements to treat net assets invested in capital assets as a separate component of net assets. Although the requirement has now been removed we have decided to continue to separate out the investments in capital assets and continue to report in such a manner for the benefit of the financial statement users and future budgeting purposes.

Note 3

FINANCIALINSTRUMENTS The Students Union's financial instruments consist of cash, cash equivalents, accounts receivable, accounts payable and accruals and long term debt. Unless otherwise noted, it is the opinion of management that the Students Union is not exposed to significant interest, currency, or credit risks arising from these financial instruments. The fair value of the instruments approximates their carrying values, unlessotherwise noted. The Students Union is exposed to financial risk that arises from the fluctuation in interest rates and in the credit quality of its customers.

Credit risk Students Union's credit risk consists principally of cash, cash equivalents and accounts receivable. Cash and cash equivalents are maintained with reputable and major financial institutions. Cash equivalents are investements in term deposits that have a maturity date from 12 to 24 months. The credit risk of cash and cash equivalents is low as the investments are readily convertible into a known amount of cash and are subject to minimal risk of changes in value. The risk of non-performance of these instruments is considered to be remote. The credit risk with respect to accounts receivable is limited and managed by evaluating the customers'scredit worthiness and financial strength before commencing businessrelations. As of May 31, 2011, past due accounts receivable were written off in the amount of $4068.06. Currency risk There are no financial instruments denominated in foreign currency nor are a significant portion of revenues and expenses being incurred in foreign currency, therefore the Students Union has no currency risk. Interest rate risk Interest rate risk arises as the the fair value of future cash flows fluctuates due to changesin market interest rates. The Students Union is exposed to interest risk through its cash equivalents, accrued liabilties and long terms debt as follows: Cashequivalents, interest is receivable at 2.3 % on $400,000, 1.2% on $489,664 and 1.35% on $500,000 Mortgagespayable, interest is paid at 5.75% Fair value Cash,cash equivalents, and accounts receivable are short-term financial instruments whose fair value approximates their carrying values. There are no significant differences between fair value and carrying value of long-term debt as at May 31,2011.

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DENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGA.N
MAY31,2011 Note 4 INVENTORY 2011 Swim passes Stamps Office supplies Stationery- bookstore Merchandise / pop / snacks Coffee Shop Telephone cards Food Service Pub and food service inventory 2010

Notes continued

2009

s

1,512 118 i ,252 4,827 6,745 790 2,510 1,286

S

1,579 60 1,120 2,423 4,753 1,007 5,539 5,101

S

1,258 306 578 46 1,902 965 1,231 6,286

s
Note 5 LOAN RECEIVABLE- SUSHIBAR

19,040

S

21,582 $

The Student Union agreed to loan KGI Sushi Bar up to $35,000 for the start up of the new location. The loan is at 3%interest rate, which will be charged to the account at the end of each month on the balance owing. The loan is repayable at $1,458.33 including 3%interest per month. Koi Sushiwill have the option to skip payments from May· August, however will be charged the 3%interest each month on the balance owing.

Note 6

RESTRICTED CASH Cash designated for specific purposes is segregated as follows: 2011 Trust funds: Club and Course Union accounts Resource Centres Student health and dental plans· Note 9 Student bursary fund Reserves: Capital investments and building fund Contingency fund for SUof UBCGdevelopment Okanagan students first contingency fund 2010 2009

S

117,125 5,889 441,800 7,961 572;775

s

71,422 $ 2,249 437,912 10,361 521,944

50,994 5,072 364,794 12,761 433,621 90,449 297 29,296 12°1°42 553,663

29,296 29,296

29,296 291296 $ 551,240 $

$

602,071

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DENTS UN N1.Jl,Y 3i, 2011
Note 7

OF USC OKANAGAN

Notes continued

CAPITALASSETS Net Book Value 2010

Cost

Accumulated Amortization 212,745$ '103,460 4,170 57,354 11,753 5,244 70,012
8,648

2011

2009

JPM Student Center Office equipment Radio station equipment Recreation equipment Computer equipment Newspaper equipment Bookstore equipment Pub and food service equipment Pub leasehold improvements Coffee House equipment Signage

5 3,649,122 $
109,045 14,150 145,206 19,333 5,805 206,833 32,023
20,886 ;. 4,202,403

3,436,377$ 5,525 9,980 87,852 7,580 561 i 36,821 23,375 15,038

3,553,189~ 4,218 2,535 99,582 9,476 702 144,709 13,369 18,797 3,846,577)

453,663 7,722 932 3,222 26,504 4,221 2,003 18,536 17,763 8,624 543,190

5,848

~

s

479,234

S

3,723,169$

Note 8

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
2011

2010

2009

Accounts payable GST payable Accrued interest payable Payroll payable Workers compensation payable

$

55,404 1,075 125,274 7,113

S

36,034 113,018 4,379 355

S

15,301

406
$ 189,272

8,130 230

S

153,786

S

23,661

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UNiON OF USC OKANAGAt~ AltAy 31, 201 i
Note 9 FUNDSHELD IN TRUST - STUDENTHEALTH & DENTAL PLAN

STUD

Notes continued

The Student Health & Dental plans are administered by the Student Union. The plans run from September 1 to August 31 each year. Premiums are collected from the students with their tuition fees when they register. The funds are held in trust by the Student Union during the year and remitted monthly to the carrier. Payments totalling $217,294 have been made subsequent to May 31,2011. Any funds remaining in the account will be kept to subsidize future fluctuations in premiums. 2011 Funds held in Trust - August 31 Premiums collected Remittances to Carrier Administration costs Office and printing Wages and employee benefits Admin fee Lease Total Administration Costs Funds held in Trust - May 31 Payments in June - August Surplus funds at end of term - August 31 2010 $ 186,436 897,012 (580,691 ) (2,316) (32,530) (5,OaO) 125,000) (64,846) 437,911 (204,650) 2009

s

233,261
i ,008,262

s

(718,309) (6,830) (44,584) (5,000) (25,000) {81,414) 441,800
(217,294)

138,621 786,923 (525,520) (1,664) (28,566) (5,000) {35,nO) 364,794 (178,358)

$

224,506

S

233,261

S

186,436

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STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGAN NJj,Y 31, 2011 Note 10 LONG-TERMDEBT 2011 UBCO- Soft Costs Mortgage Payable in blended monthly instalments of $5,398 including interest at 5.75% up to October 31, 2.009. Payments then change to yearly payments of $66,524 starting in November 2009. The term is 15 years or 180 months. Required payments will be taken at source by UBCObased on the collection of assessed Student Fees and the corresponding calculated disbursement! reconciliation in September/October and/or March of each fiscal year. UBCSUalso agrees to apply 50% of any excess revenue over expenses supported by the UBCSUannual financial statements against the repayment of principal of this loan. Any additional payments in multiples of $2.5,000 do not reduce the monthly payment but rather the principal amount outstanding at the time of the additional payment. UBeO - Building Costs Mortgage Payable in blended annual instalments including interest at 5.75%. Payments are $145,838 September 30,2.009, $204,510 September 30,2010 and $2.24,067 every September thereafter concluding September 30, 2033. Less: current portion due within one year 2010

Notes continued

2009

$

597,615

$

599,876

$

615,133

2.,819,709 3,417,32.4 94,095

2.,873,375 3,473,251 851949 $ 3,387,302. $ 615,133 42.1244 572,889

s
The required principal repayable on the long-term debt over the next five years will be as follows: 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

3,323,2.29 94,095 99,506 105,227 111,278 117,676

$ $ $ $ $

Note 11 CONTINGENTLIABILITIES Since 2004 a contingent liability has existed because of a pending lawsuit relating to the cancellation of the Students Dental and Health Plan with Gallivan & Associates. The potential amount of the damages cannot be estimated at this time due to the complexities of the case.

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STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKA.NAGAN lAAY 31, 2011
Note 12 CONTRACTUALOBl]GATIONS

Notes continued

The Student Union has entered into a new 30 year lease agreement for premises in the new J. Peter Meekison Student Center commencing on the Commencement Date, August 14, 2009. Rent in the amount of $10 per annum is payable on the Commencement Date, and each anniversary of the Commencement Date thereafter. Payment of Additional Rent shall be paid on a quarterly basis as accounts are rendered by the University or its agent from time to time, and in any event within 30 calendar days of the date of such account. Additional Rent includes the Student Union's proportionate share of the operating costs, goods and services or value added taxes, and occupancy costs (Electricity, custodial services, maintenance, gas, garbage, sewage, water, other utilities and operating costs).

Note 13 LEASEINCOME 2011 BUDGET Revenue Koi Sushi Health ft Dental Lease VFCULease Newspaper Lease 2011 ACTUAL 2010 ACTUAL 28,575 25,000
17,809

2009 ACTUAL

s s

28,000 25,000 16,500 8,000 77,500

S

32,532 $ 25,000 20,400 8,000 85,932

S

12,396

8,000 79,384

s

$

S

12,396

Note 14 BOOKSTORE 2011 BUDGET Revenue Bus passes Merchandise Used books Supplies and Miscellaneous 2011 ACTUAL 2010 ACTUAL 2009 ACTUAL

$

15,000 205,000 5,000 225,000

$

26,883 21,973 227,630 3,142 279,628

$

22,906

$

19,792 151,613 3,174 197,485

21,368 20,604 124,079 3,090 169,141

Cost of goods sold Bus passes Merchandise Used books Supplies and miscellaneous 15,000 i 75,000 190,000 27,661 21,651 168,351 1,1 i 6 218,780 21,943 16,909 119,117 1,164 159,133 20,444 15,366 93,177 2,995 131,982

s

35,000

s

60,848

$

38,352

$

37,159

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STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGAN }AAY 3'1,2011
Note 15 NEWSPAPER - THE PHOENIX

Notes continued

2011
BUDGET Fees - Student Media Fund Revenue - advertising Campus Plus

2011
ACTUAL

2010
ACTUAL

2009
ACTUAL

$

36,700 10,000 10,500 57,200

s

38,711 7,010 4,926 50,647 16,658 2,666 431 11,792 2,706 8,000 '1,880 44,133

S

33,510 13,662 5,177 52,349 16,792 5,685 2,919 90 858 12,862 2,953 8,000 2,584 52,743

S

28,743 10,754 10,568 5°1°65 15,806 2,446 492 576 11,898 3,436 1,249 351903

Honoraria Conferences Miscellaneous Office and computer Photography Printing Telephone and fax Lease expense Insurance

16,000 3,500 1,000 2,000 12,500 4,000 8,000 2,200 49,200

s

8,000

$

6,514

S

(394)

S

14,162

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STUDENTS UNiON OF UBC OKANAGAN MtW 3'1, 20'11
Note 16 PUB AND FOOD SERVICES

Notes continued

2011
BUDGET Revenue Sales Miscellaneous Pool Tables Entertainment and pool table Room and event bookings

2011
ACTUAL

2010
ACTUAL

2009
ACTUAL

s

653,400 1,000 i ,200 10,000 500 666, i 00

,..
;>

681,437

S

614,696

S

121,061 331 10,497 2,533 134,422 46,448 (1) 2,716 5,153 2,445 2,091 2,496 2,726 2,460 1,599 61,713 1291846

18,069 699,506 338,023 160 1,767 7,80'1 2,128 966 5,880 1,892 8,395 1,632 2,319 246,707 618,170

18,822 633,518 332,981 313 924 7,457 1,724 8,860 5,937 5,947 5,128 3,047 1,827 228,314 602,459

Cost of goods sold Advertising Audit - liquor Bank charges Cleaning supplies Entertainment Equipment and supplies Insurance Licenses Maintenance and repairs Miscellaneous Telephone and cable Wages and benefits

368,000 100 350 1,550 8,600 2,500 3,700 5,000 5,000 5,000 2,300 2,000 227,000 631,100

$
Note 17 THE COFFEE HOUSE

35,000

$

81,336

S

31,059

S

4,576

2011
BUDGET Sales Purchases and supplies Advertising Wages and benefits

2011
ACTUAL

2010
ACTUAL

2009
ACTUAL

$

90,000 36,000 2,000 15,000 53,000

$

206,101 124,611 60,981 185,592

s

i27,257 47,136 353 38,923 86,412

$

25,990 9,520 10,575 20,095

$

37,000

$

20,509

$

40,845

s

5,895

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STUDENTS UNION OF USC OKANAGAN Cotv\PAR!SON OF ACTW\L FIGURES TO 8UDGET FIGURES MAY Yi, 2011
REVENUE ACTUAL Membership fees Bookstore The Phoenix The Pub and Food Services The Coffee House Vending - food Vending - beverage Emergency Aid Donation Interest & Exchange earned UPass administration fee Concession Lease Income Room lease Sponsorship Miscellaneous BUDGET

SCHEDULE 1

$

831,551 60,848 6,514 79,546 20,509 3,400 3,236 2,400 30,758 35,252. 1,790 85,932 1,719 6,130 1,169,585

S

OVER (UNDER)

837,015 35,000 8,000 35,000 37,000 3,000 3,000 2,400 15,000 29,000 1,500 69,500 1,200 10,000 1,000 1,087,615

S

(5,464) 25,848 (1,486) 44,546 (16,491 )
400

236 15,758 6,252
290

16,432 519
(3,870)

(1,000) 81,970

EXPENSES Accounting / Legal Administration Collections Advertising Amortization Bad debts Bank, Interest, Visa, & M/C Charges Campaigns Employee Conferences Employee wages & benefits Fax Frosh kits Handbook - net Insurance Interest on long-term debt Office & Maintenance & Photocopier Telephone Web Page Club & Course Union Grants Council Conferences & Training Elections Executive Fund Emergency Aid Honoraria Memberships Safewalk Student Life Student Life - Council Student Life - Resource Centers

9,568 6,652 12,907 186,476 2,968 5,819 15,915 13,323 228,728 1,250
258

10,000 8,000 16,000 140,000 5,000 15,000 15,000 250,000 1,800 1,000 12,000 14,000 310,000 12,000 15,000 3,000 26,000 24,000 8,500 1,400
2,400

1,160 11,568 "165,985 7,565 22,280 18,159 16,350 2,580 1,541 2,400 54,933 1,080
39

768

(432) (1,348) (3,093) 46,476 2,968 819 915 (1,677) (21,272) (550) (742) (10,840) (2,432) (144,015) (4,435) 7,280 (2,232) (7,841 ) (7,650) (5,920) 141 (5,067) (2,270) 39
(1,056)

60,000 3,350 18,000 1,000 5,400 977,850
109,765

16,944 245 5,400 812,861 356,724

(755) {164,989) 246,959

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