Treasurer 101 for FSILG Undergraduates
David Burmaster,'69, William A. Heitin, Managing Director, MIT Investment Mgmt,, Leslie M. Capachietti, Pres., Automated Financial Soluti, Mark S. Kozol, Partner, Clarke, Snow & Riley, LLP
Wed Jan 18, Thu Jan 19, Fri Jan 20, 09:30am-12:30pm, 4-270
No limit but advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 09-Dec-2005
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)
In the first two days, students will learn (i) the fundamentals of accounting, (ii) the basic requirements of state and federal taxes, and (iii) the resources available from the IRDF and MIT's Resource Development Office, all tailored to the needs of FSILGs. On the third day, students will learn how to use Intuit's QuickBooks for accounting and will receive a CD with basic QuickBooks files compatible with the FSILG Cooperative and good practices.
Students will learn the elements of good accounting practice for 501(c)(7) nonprofit organizations. In the tutorial on the third day, students will learn how to use Intuit's QuickBooks for accounting. Each student attending the course will receive a notebook containing copies of the lecture slides and a recently updated copy of the Treasurer's Manual for MIT FSILGs.
Contact: David Burmaster,'69, (617) 864-4300
Sponsor: Alumni Association
Cosponsor: Division of Student Life
Latest update: 28-Oct-2005