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Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                                                                                     February 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for January 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $8,116.98, which includes $7,616.98 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of January.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $1,600.00 for 2020 annual Dues this month. Sixty-four (64) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 141 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 52% (141/272) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time.
  • Interest on checking account was $0.33 this month.
  • Paid $43.05 Staples (by credit card) for administrative supplies for the Treasurer. Credit card was paid off on 1/14/2020.
  • Paid $455.00 for Branch 98 1st Qtr. assessment (Ck #1105), based on 260 Active Members at $1.75 each.
  • On 1/2/2020 paid $99.09 (Ck# 1107) to Tim Szumowski to reimburse him for paying monogramming fees for SIR Apparel.
  • Paid a total of $297.59 as follows: Paid $22.50 (by credit card) to Clint’s Trophy Mart for 3 new Branch Officer Badges. Credit card was paid off on 1/23/2019; paid $275.09 (by credit card) to Western Plastic Products for 50 new Member Badges. Credit card was paid off on 1/28/2020.
  • Collected $4,600.00 in cash and checks (including pre-payments made this month) for this month’s luncheon. Also, 1 free speaker lunch certificate and 3 member free lunch certificates were used for payment at the luncheon. This amount does include moneys pre-paid for this luncheon by several members in the past. In total, the adjusted head count based on moneys collected for this luncheon is 176. One hundred seventy-three (173) lunch tickets were issued/collected during this luncheon.
  • On 1/9/2020 paid $4,531.97 (by credit card) for the January 8th luncheon at Timber Creek Ballroom. The bill was for 174 lunches which included $3,480.00 for food, $25.00 for coffee, $701.00 for a 20% gratuity, and$325.97 for 7.75% sales tax.  As stated above, 176 lunches were paid for hence the Branch was billed for 2 less lunches than moneys collected.  Credit card was paid off on 1/14/2020.
  • On 1/2/2020 paid $122.87 (Ck# 1108) to Jim Gragg to reimburse him for reserving the site for the 2020 Annual BBQ at Sun City Lincoln Hills.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report.

Best Regards,

Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

 

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                                                                                          March 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for February 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $9,235.35, which includes $8,735.35 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of February.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $1,125.00 for 2020 annual Dues this month. Forty-five (45) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 186 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 67% (186/276) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time.   
  • Interest on checking account was $0.37 this month.
  • Provided $199.80 for Printing, Supplies, etc., as follows: On 2/1/2019 provided $188.25 (Ck #1109) to Jerry Foster for ink supplies and stamps for the Rooster Tail. On 2/12/2020 provided $11.55 (Ck # 1110) to Tom Whalen for Branch 98 award frames.
  • On 2/15/2020 provided $15.00 (via credit card) to Clint’s Trophy Mart for 2 Branch 98 Officer Badges.
  • Collected $4,075.01 in cash and checks for luncheons this month. Also, 1 free speaker lunch certificate and 1 member free lunch certificate were used for payment at the luncheon. In total, 153 lunches were paid for this month and 2 free lunch certificates were used for an adjusted total of 155 lunches this month. One hundred fifty-six (156) luncheon tickets were issued/collected during this luncheon.
  • On 2/18//2020 paid $3,840.21 (via credit card) for the February 12th luncheon at Timber Creek Ballroom. The bill was for 155 lunches which included $2,945.00 for food, $25.00 for coffee, $594.00 for a 20% gratuity, and $276.21 for 7.75% sales tax. As stated above, 155 lunches were paid for hence the Branch was billed for the same number of lunches as moneys collected. Credit card was paid off on 2/23/2019.
  • On 2/6/2020 paid $27.00 (via credit card) to Constant Contact to subscribe to this application for use by Branch 98. This will obviate the need to renew our $300.00/year Survey Monkey subscription.      

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report.

 

Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    April 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for March 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $8,998.70, which includes $8,498.70 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of March.  In spite of the raging World Pandemic Coronavirus, we are holding our own in regards to Branch 98 finances. A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $300.00 for 2020 annual Dues this month. Twelve (12) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 198 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 70% (198/281) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time. Lower Dues payments were collected this month due to cancellation of the March 11th luncheon due to Coronavirus concerns.   
  •   Checking Interest: Interest on checking account was $0.35 this month.
  • On 3/2/20 paid $53.88 (via credit card) for Little SIR Business cards. Credit card was paid off 3/5/20.   
  • Paid a total of $351.00 in this area as follows: On 3/2/2020 paid $27.00 (via credit card) to Constant Contact for the month of March. Also, on 3/10/2020 paid $324.00 (via credit card) for a one year subscription (4/1/2020-3/31/2021) to Constant Contact for use by Branch 98. Credit card was paid off on 3/12/2020. 
  • $50.00 in revenues (Checks) were collected as Pre-Payments for Next Month’s Luncheon. However, luncheons have been cancelled until further notice due to the Coronavirus, so these revenues will be credited as Prepayments for the next scheduled luncheon.
  • There was no luncheon this month, the luncheon was cancelled due to the Coronavirus.
  • On 3/2/2020 paid $32.12 (via credit card) for BBQ tickets. Credit card was paid off on 3/5/2020.
  • On 3/19/2020 paid $150.00 (Ck #1111) to Brien Hensley to reimburse him for future River Cats game deposit.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report.

 

Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                                                                   May 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for April 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $9,078.03, which includes $8,578.03 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the months of March and April.  There’s not much to report this month due to curtailment of Branch 98 activities as a result of the World Pandemic Coronavirus. A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $555.00 for 2020 annual Dues this month. Twenty-two (22) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 220 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 78% (220/283) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time.   
  •    Checking Interest: Interest on checking account was $0.33 this month.
  •  205 April: Paid $476.00 for Branch 98 2nd Qtr. assessment (Ck #1112), based on 272 Active Members at $1.75 each.        
  •  There was no luncheon this month, the luncheon was cancelled due to the Coronavirus.      

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report. 

Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

Gentlemen,                                                                           June 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for May 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $9,333.39, which includes $8,833.39 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of May.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $255.00 for 2020 annual Dues. Ten (10) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 230 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 82% (230/282) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time.
  • Interest on checking account was $0.36 this month.

3) There was no luncheon this month due to the Coronavirus social restrictions in place.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report. Also, this information has been uploaded to the Branch 98 website.

 Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

billkemper63@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                       July 2, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for June 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $9,368.18, which includes $8,868.18 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of May.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  1. Collected $265.00 for 2020 annual Dues. Twelve (12) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 242 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 85% (242/284) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time.
  2. Interest on checking account was $0.22 this month.
  3. There was no luncheon this month due to the Coronavirus social restrictions in place.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report. 

 Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

billkemper63@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                           August 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 on the website for July 2020.  As can be seen in the document, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $8,934.71, which includes $8,434.71 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of July.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $125.00 for 2020 annual Dues. Four (4) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 246 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 86% (246/285) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time. At this time last year we had collected 98% of the Branch dues, so we are a bit behind the curve in regards to dues collections.
  • Interest on checking account was $0.07this month.
  • Paid $495.25 for Branch 98 3rd Qtr. assessment (Ck #1114) on July 1, 2020, which is based on 283 Active Members at $1.75 each.    
  • There was no luncheon this month due to the Coronavirus social restrictions in place.
  • Paid $63.51 via credit card for Go Daddy Web Hosting for SIR98.org (3 Yr. subscription) Renewal. The credit card was paid off on 7/29/2020. This is a Misc. expense in regards to the 2020 Budget.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report. Also, this information has been uploaded to the Branch 98 website.

 Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

billkemper63@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                                                   September 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for August 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $8,973.47, which includes $8,473.47 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of August.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $220.00 for 2020 annual Dues. Eight (8) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 262 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 92% (262/286) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time.
  • Interest on checking account was $0.07 this month.
  • On 8/22/2020 provided Jerry Foster $66.00 (Ck #1116) to reimburse him for stamps needed to mail out the Rooster Tail to members who do not have email.    
  • On 8/27/2020 provided Ramesh Thadani $89.99 (Ck #1117) to reimburse him for purchasing MS Publisher software, which is needed for him to produce the Rooster Tail.
  • There was no luncheon this month, the luncheon was cancelled due to the Coronavirus. However, a Zoom luncheon meeting was held on August 12, 2020 and drawing prizes were awarded.  A $25.32 expense reimbursement (Ck #1115) was provided to Jim Gragg on 8/18/2020 to reimburse him for a drawing prize.        

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report. 

 Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

billkemper63@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                           October 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for September 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $9,003.53, which includes $8,503.53 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of September.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $30 for 2020 annual Dues. One (1) member paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 263 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 92% (263/287) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time.
  • Interest on checking account was $0.06 this month.
  • There was no luncheon this month, the luncheon was cancelled due to the Coronavirus.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report.

 Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

billkemper63@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                                                  November 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for September 2020.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $8,631.62, which includes $8,131.62 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of October.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $250.00 for 2020 annual Dues. Nine (9) members paid their 2020 dues this month, which amounts to 272 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far. This represents 95% (272/287) of the Branch have paid 2020 dues at this time. Also, $75.00 in 2021 dues were received this month from three (3) members for a total of $325.00 in dues collected this month.
  • Interest on checking account was $0.06 this month.
  • On 9/6/2020 paid Jerry Foster $198.22 (Ck #1118) to reimburse him for Rooster Tail printing supplies.
  • Paid $498.75 for Branch 98 4th Qtr. assessment (Ck #1119) on October 6, 2020, which is based on 285 Active Members at $1.75 each. This is an Administrative expense.
  • There was no luncheon this month, the luncheon was cancelled due to the Coronavirus.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report. Also, this information has been uploaded to the Branch 98 website.

 Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

billkemper63@gmail.com

 

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                 December 1, 2019

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for November 2019.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $14,838.26, which includes $14,338.26 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues and the annual Christmas Party tickets collected during the month of November.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $1,450.00 for 2020 annual Dues from 58 current members this month. This amounts to 72 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far, which represents 27% (72/267) of the Branch members
  • Interest on checking account was $0.58 this month.
  • On 11/14/2019 paid $69.99 (by credit card) for Branch 98 stamps and administrative supplies. The credit card was paid off on 11/16/2019. This is an Administrative Expense from a budget perspective.
  • On 11-14-2019 paid $47.66 (Ck #1099) to Dave Gonzales to reimburse him for purchasing Branch 98 award frames and engraving. This is a Little SIR Budget expense.
  • Collected $4,100.00 in cash and checks (including pre-payments made this month) for this month’s luncheon. Also, 1 free speaker lunch certificate and 6 member free lunch certificates were used for payment at the luncheon. This amount does not include moneys pre-paid for this luncheon by several members in the past. In total, the adjusted head count based on moneys collected for this luncheon is 175. One hundred seventy-five (175) lunch tickets were issued/collected during this luncheon.   
  • Collected $3,105.50 in checks and cash for tickets to the 2019 Christmas Party. This brings the total ticket sales to $5,113.75 thus far ($2008.25 in October + $3,105.50 in November).
  • On 11/19/2019 paid $4,405.25 (by credit card) for the November 13th luncheon at Timber Creek Ballroom. The bill was for 178 lunches which included $3,382.00 for food, $25.00 for 1 gal. of coffee, $681.40 for a 20% gratuity, and $316.85 for 7.75% sales tax.  As stated above, 175 lunches were paid for hence  the Branch  was billed for 3 more lunches then moneys collected. Credit card was paid off on 11/23/2019.
  • On 11-14-2019 paid Tim Szumowski $444.72 ($193.95 + $250.77 – Ck #10983) to reimburse him for purchasing polo shirts, and embroidering numerous Polo Shirts for SIRs apparel. This is a RAMP Member Relations expense. 

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report. Also, this information has been uploaded to the Branch 98 website.

 Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                             January 1, 2020

Please see the attached Branch 98 Form 28 for December 2019.  As can be seen in the attachment, Branch 98 currently has an operating cash balance of $7,466.22, which includes $6,966.22 in checking and $500.00 in petty cash. This amount includes 2020 dues collected during the month of December.  A summary of this month’s financial activities are as follows:

  • Collected $125.00 for 2020 annual Dues from 5 current members this month. This amounts to 77 members have paid their 2020 dues thus far, which represents 29% (77/267) of the Branch members.   
  •    Interest on checking account was $0.55 this month.
  • Collected $914.00 in checks and cash for tickets to the 2019 Christmas Party. This brings the total ticket sales to $6,027.75 thus far ($2008.25 in October + $3,105.50 in November + $914.00 in December). In total, 151 tickets were sold. Also, collected $340.00 in cash for raffle tickets at the 2019 Christmas Party. One-hundred dollars of this amount was used to tip the DJ and $100.00 was used to pay the Woodcreek Choir for singing during the party, resulting in a net $140.00 deposit to the Branch checking account.
  •  On 12/10/2019 received $2,249.00 in cash and checks from Brien Hensley for the purchase of January 29, 2020 Kings basketball game tickets from the Branch membership. This a RAMP Special Event activity.
  •  On 12/19/2019 collected $255.00 for SIR Apparel sales this month.   
  • On 12/19/2019 paid $5,439.65 (by credit card) for the December 19th Christmas Party at Timber Creek Ballroom. The bill was for 151 meals which included $4,207.00 for food and beverages, $841.40 for a 20% gratuity, and $391.25 for 7.75% sales tax.  As stated above, 151 meals were paid for hence the Branch was billed for the same number of meals as moneys collected. Credit card was paid off on 12/28/2019. Also, on 12/12/2019 paid JAZCAT $850.00 (Ck #1101) for the JD and photo booth services at the Christmas party. On 12/19/2019 paid Tony Licata $86.00 (Ck #1103) to refund 2 tickets to the Christmas party for his guests who could not attend due to medical issues. Finally, on 12/19/2019 paid Gary Carrier $200.00 (Ck #1104) to reimburse him for purchasing gifts for the Christmas party.
  • On 12/11/2019 provided $2,244.00 (Ck #1100) to reimburse Brien Hensley for the purchase of Jan. 29, 2020 Kings basketball game tickets. This a RAMP Special Event expense. On 12-19-2019 paid Tim Szumowski $2,235.19 ($503.43 Jacket ant Hat purchases + $1,732.51 for monogramming – Ck #1102) to reimburse him for  purchasing SIRS Logo shirts and hats, and paying for embroidering costs of this equipment. RAMP Member Relations expense. In total, $4,479.94 was paid out for this line item.     

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this report. 

 Best Regards,

 Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

3466 Paseo Mira Vista

Lincoln, CA 95648

916-587-3810 (home)

410-279-0809 (mobile)

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                        February 12, 2019

The attached budget tracking report for January 2019 is provided for information and discussion at the February BEC meeting. The detailed January revenues and expenditures were discussed in the January Form 28 transmittal so I will not repeat that information here.  The following information summarizes the performance to Budget for January 2019:

 

 

 

January 2019

Form 28

 

   Net General Gain/(Loss)

 $                      2,248

  Net Custodial Gain/(Loss)

                           (35)

       Total Gain/(Loss)

 $                      2,213

   

Budget

 

   Total Revenue

 $                      6,111

   Total Expenses

                      (4,752)

       Total Gain/(Loss)

 $                      1,359

   

Net Budget Variance

 $                         854

   
   

Variance by type:

 

Annual dues collected in excess of budget

 $                         225

Operating expenses budgeted but not incurred

                           664

Net luncheon revenue and expense unfavorable

     to budget

                                                             (34)

Other

                             (1)

   

Net Budget Variance

 $                         854

 

 

The favorable dues collection was discussed in more detail in the Form 28 transmittal.  Operating expenses were favorable to budget primarily due to most expenses being prorated over the year for budget purposes but were not spent in January.  These items included administrative expense $297, Little SIR $100, RAMP $142 and Web redesign $125.  I am tracking these items in more detail and will report on variances to Budget as we proceed through the year.  While the luncheon revenue and expenses were significantly different than Budget due to the lower cost meal, the net result was pretty much on budget.

 

 

Please let me know if there are any questions.  Otherwise, I will answer any questions that may arise at the February BEC meeting.  The Current Annual Budget Report and Chart have been attached to this email and uploaded to the BEC Document Archive – Current Year Budget Analysis on the Branch 98 website.  This summary report has been uploaded to the BEC Document Archive – Budget Analysis (further down the page) under the appropriate month.

 

Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

Bill Kinzie

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                 March 11, 2019

I have revised the information reported for the budget tracking report for February and year-to-date (YTD) 2019.  The report will consist of table and a written summary of the key items in the table.  The table will consist of current month and YTD actuals, budget and var (difference between the actual and budget).  The information is grouped into categories including: 1) General Fund Revenue – primarily Annual Dues and other none specific sources of income, 2) General Fund Expenses – expenses required or deemed necessary to run the chapter and not associated with a special activity, and 3) transfers to/from other funds (special activities) – the amount the general fund is required to contribute (To) or receive From special activities.  The transfers to others funds is only the net amount to simplify the report.  The details of a special activity are included in the monthly Form 28 report and we will provide a separate report for a specific activity as it is completed and all income and expenses are tallied or at any time the BEC requests.

Revenue and Expenses by Activity:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 February

 

 February YTD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Var

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Var

General Fund:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total General Fund Revenue

      675

     1,014

    (339)

 

    3,401

     3,415

       (14)

 

Total General Fund Expenses

 603

367

(236)

 

1,081

1,408

        328

 

     Net income/(expense) before transfers

             73

           647

          (575)

 

         2,320

         2,007

           314

Transfers (to)/from other Funds:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Luncheon Fund

      (73)

              –  

      (73)

 

    (107)

             –  

    (107)

 

Picnic Fund

(140)

(140)

 

(140)

(140)

 

Christmas Party Fund

 

 

           –  

 

 

 

             –  

 

SIRS Clothing Inventory

    (927)

              –  

    (927)

 

   (927)

             –  

    (927)

 

       Total Transfers (To)/From

        (1,140)

              –  

        (1,140)

 

        (1,175)

              –  

        (1,175)

 

Total Net Income/(Expense)

     (1,067)

         647

     (1,715)

 

      1,145

      2,007

        (861)

Branch 98 financial activities for February continued to track fairly well compared to the budgeted revenues and expenditures.  The details of February revenues and expenditures were discussed in the February Form 28 transmittal so I will not repeat that information here.  However, noteworthy points of February’s budgeted financial activities are discussed below:

 

1.   Administrative expenses YTD are lower than budgeted.  This appears to be normal timing of expenses since we generally prorate the expenses evenly over the year but actual to not behave in that manner.

 

2.   YTD we have covered $107 of luncheon expense.  The budget anticipates a breakeven.  The annual picnic was advance $140 which was not budgeted.

 

3.   The purchase of SIR clothing was not budgeted but should be recoverable as these items are sold.  We do need to determine how this inventory is going to be tracked and accounted for.

 

 

 

This report is based on the approved 2019 budget and is provided for discussion at the March BEC meeting.  I will answer any questions that may arise at the March BEC meeting.

 

 Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

 

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                              April 8, 2019

I have summarized the information reported for the budget tracking report for March and year-to-date (YTD) 2019.  The summary is segregated between general administrative and other specific funds (picnic, Christmas Party, etc.). The details of the general administrative and a special activities are included in the monthly Form 28 report.  We will provide a separate report for a specific activity as it is completed and all income and expenses are tallied or at any time the BEC requests.

Revenue and Expenses by Activity:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 March

 

 March YTD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Var

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Var

General Fund:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total General Fund Revenue

      401

     1,513

  (1,112)

 

    3,802

     4,928

  (1,126)

 

Total General Fund Expenses

 0

1,042

1,042

 

1,081

2,450

    1,369

 

     Net income/(expense) before transfers

             401

           471

          (71)

 

         2,721

         2,478

           243

Transfers (to)/from other Funds:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Luncheon Fund

      (98)

              –  

      (98)

 

    (205

             –  

    (205)

 

Picnic Fund

952

(678)

1630

 

812

(678)

1,896

 

Christmas Party Fund

 

 

           –  

 

 

 

             –  

 

SIRS Clothing Inventory

    –

              –  

    –

 

   (927)

             –  

    (927)

 

       Total Transfers (To)/From

        854

         (678)          

        1,532

 

        (321)

              (678) 

          357

 

Total Net Income/(Expense)

     1,255

         (207)

     1,461

 

      2,400

      1,800

        600

Branch 98 administrative financial activities for March continued to track fairly well compared to the budgeted revenues and expenditures; however, timing of revenue and expenses for the picnic fund .  Noteworthy points of March’s budgeted financial activities are discussed below:

 

1.   Administrative expenses YTD are lower than budgeted.  This appears to be normal timing of expenses since we generally prorate the expenses evenly over the year but actual to not necessarily behave in that manner.

 

2.   YTD we have covered $205 of luncheon expense.  The budget anticipates a breakeven.  The annual picnic had ticket sales of $952 vs budget of $900 and expenses of $140 vs budget of $1,578.  This appears to be timing difference which should sort itself out by May.

 

3.   The purchase of SIR clothing was not budgeted but should be recoverable as these items are sold.  We do need to determine who and how this inventory is going to be tracked and accounted for.

 

 

 

This report is based on the approved 2019 budget and is provided for discussion at the April BEC meeting.  I will answer any questions that may arise at the April BEC meeting.

 

 

Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

 

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

 

Gentlemen,                                                                 May 11, 2020

I have summarized the information reported in the Current Annual Budget Report and Budget Chart, which are attached, for April and year-to-date (YTD) 2020.  The summary is segregated between General Fund and Custodial Accounts (picnic, Christmas Party, etc.). Detailed explanation of all revenue and expenses are included in the monthly Form 28 report. 

Revenue and Expenses by Activity:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 April

 

 April YTD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Variance

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Variance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Fund:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total General Fund Revenue

          555

             1

          555

 

         3,581

         4,577

           (996)

 

Total General Fund Expenses

       (476)

    (1,025)

             549

 

       (2,068)

      (2,950)

             882

 

     Net income/(expense) before transfers

            79

      (1,025)

          1,104

 

         1,513

         1,627

           (114)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transfers (to)/from other Funds:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Luncheon Fund

            –  

         (22)

            22

 

           353

           (34)

            386

 

    Picnic Fund

            –  

      1,820

      (1,820)

 

         (155)

        1,844

      (1,999)

 

   Christmas Party Fund

            –  

            –  

            –  

 

              –  

              –  

              –  

 

   Events (ticket purchases, etc)

 

               –  

               –  

                 –  

 

                  –  

            500

          (500)

 

   SIRS Clothing Inventory

            –  

           42

           (42)

 

           (99)

           168

         (267)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Total Transfers (To)/From

            –  

       1,840

       (1,840)

 

              99

         2,478

        (2,380)

 

Total Net Income/(Expense)

          79

        815

      (736)

 

       1,612

      4,105

     (2,494)

 

Total Branch 98 Net Income/Expense for April is unfavorable to Budget $736. YTD is an unfavorable variance of $2,494.  Key variances for the month and YTD are noted below:

1.   For April, we are still collecting Dues but are out of pocket expenses are lower resulting in a favorable variance of $1,104. YTD revenue is down but so are expenses so we are at a near breakeven.

2.   We budgeted for sale of Picnic tickets in April which did not happen due to the Picnic cancellation.  As a result, we have unfavorable variance for the month and YTD.  This will be offset in May since we will not incur the Picnic expense budgeted in May.

3.   Event ticket sales should be a direct offset of revenue and expense with some allowance of overhead (ticket fees, etc.). Revenue from ticket sales had been budgeted in a prior month with actual expenses to be incurred later.  This is a timing difference only.

 

This report is based on the approved 2020 budget and is provided for discussion at the May BEC meeting.  I will answer any questions that may arise at the May BEC meeting.

 

 

Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

 

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

 

 

 

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                               June 11, 2019

 

I have summarized the information reported for the budget tracking report for May and year-to-date (YTD) 2019.  The summary is segregated between general administrative and Custodial Accounts (picnic, Christmas Party, etc.). The details of all revenue and expenses are included in the monthly Form 28 report. 

Revenue and Expenses by Activity:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 May

 

 May YTD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Variance

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Variance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Fund:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total General Fund Revenue

            0

            1

           (1)

 

     3,998

     4,430

       (432)

 

Total General Fund Expenses

       (41)

      (496)

            455

 

  (1,912)

   (3,954)

          2,042

 

     Net income/(expense) before transfers

      

(40)

     

(495)

       

 454

 

    

2,085

      

 476

     

1,609

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transfers (to)/from other Funds:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Luncheon Fund

          54

           –  

          54

 

     (327)

           –  

       (327)

 

    Picnic Fund

 (1,932)

      (813)

     (1,119)

 

          55

        266

       (211)

 

   Christmas Party Fund

 

 

           –  

 

 

 

           –  

 

   Events (ticket purchases, etc)

 

              –  

         (21)

          21

 

        (10)

         396

       (406)

 

   SIRS Clothing Inventory

           –  

           –  

           –  

 

     (927)

           –  

       (927)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Total Transfers (To)/From

     (1,878)

        (834)

    

(1,044)

 

     (1,209)

       

662

    

(1,871)

 

Total Net Income/(Expense)

  (1,919)

  (1,329)

     (590)

 

      877

   1,138

     (261)

 

Branch 98 administrative financial activities for May continued to track fairly well compared to the budgeted revenues and expenditures. Noteworthy points of May’s budgeted financial activities are discussed below:

1.   Administrative expenses YTD are lower than budgeted.  In particular, RAMP, Little Sir and Miscellaneous are each about $500 or more below budget. This is possibly just a timing of expenses since we generally prorate the expenses evenly over the year but actuals do not necessarily behave in that manner.

2.   YTD we have covered $327 of luncheon expense.  The budget anticipates a breakeven. 

3.   The annual picnic had a profit of $55 but the Budget wanted $266 for an unfavorable variance to budget of $211.

4.   The purchase of SIR clothing was discussed in the prior two reports.

 

 

 

This report is based on the approved 2019 budget and is provided for discussion at the June BEC meeting.  I will answer any questions that may arise at the June BEC meeting.

 

Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

 

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

 

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                    July 8, 2019

I have summarized the information reported in the Current Annual Budget Report and Budget Chart, which are attached, for June and year-to-date (YTD) 2019 financial activities.  The summary is segregated between General Fund and Custodial Accounts (picnic, Christmas Party, etc.). Detailed explanation of all revenue and expenses are included in the monthly Form 28 report. 

Revenue and Expenses by Activity:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 June

 

 June YTD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Variance

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Variance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Fund:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total General Fund Revenue

        275

            1

         274

 

         4,273

     4,431

       (158)

 

Total General Fund Expenses

        (95)

        (471)

              376

 

       (2,529)

    (3,925)

           1,396

 

 Net income/(expense) before transfers

        181

     (470)

         650

 

         1,744

        506

      1,238

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transfers (to)/from other Funds:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Luncheon Fund

      (75)

           –  

            (75)

 

         (403)

           –  

         (403)

 

    Picnic Fund

       (63)

       (55)

              (8)

 

              (8)

        211

          (219)

 

   Christmas Party Fund

 

 

           –  

 

 

 

           –  

 

   Events (ticket purchases, etc)

 

             –  

          (21)

              21

 

           (415)

       (125)

         (290)

 

   SIRS Clothing Inventory

           –  

           –  

           –  

 

              –  

           –  

           –  

 

       Total Transfers (To)/From

     (139)

        (76)

  (63)

 

          (825)

          86

       (911)

 

Total Net Income/(Expense)

         42

     (546)

       588

 

          918

      592

      326

 

Total Branch 98 activities for June continued to track with the Budget. YTD is a favorable variance of $326. However, there are certain individual line items that are favorable which offset unfavorable line items.  These items are noted below:

1.   Certain Administrative expenses YTD are lower than budget.  In particular, Little Sir ($600) and Miscellaneous ($750) are below budget contributing to the General Fund favorable variance of $1,238.

2.   In June, we reclassified the purchase of SIRS clothing inventory ($927) as a RAMP member relations (retention) expense on a year to date basis.  This reclassification has no effect on the overall actuals/budget

3.   YTD we have covered $403 of extra luncheon expense.  The budget anticipates a breakeven. 

4.   The Picnic, after some additional expenses in June, was a loss of $8 but was budgeted to make $211 for a net unfavorable variance of $219.

5.   Events was unfavorable to budget by $290 primarily due to $305 paid for space at the Hot Chili and Cool Cars event.

 

This report is based on the approved 2019 budget and is provided for discussion at the July BEC meeting.  I will answer any questions that may arise at the July BEC meeting.

Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

 

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                                                   August 1, 2020

 

The attached budget tracking report for July 2020 is provided for information and discussion at the August 11, 2020 BEC meeting.  This report is based on the approved 2020 budget and includes the 2020 annual dues revenues collected to date.  Due to the Coronavirus there are not many financial activities to report.  Consequently, Branch 98 financial activities are not in line with the approved 2020 budgeted revenues and expenditures.  The detailed July revenues and expenditures were discussed in the July Form 28 transmittal, so I will not repeat that information here. 

In spite of the curtailed financial activities this year, the overall YTD Budget Variance as of July is $608 (under budget), which means the revenues collected thus far are tracking our expenses fairly well. 

Please let me know if there are any other July revenues or expenses not covered in this report, or questions.  Otherwise, I will answer any questions that may arise at the BEC meeting.  This information has been uploaded to the BEC Document Archive on the Branch 98 website.

Best Regards,

Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

Mobile:  410-279-0809

Billkemper63@gmail.com 

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                                                                                      September 1, 2020

 

The attached budget tracking report for August 2020 is provided for information and discussion at the September 8, 2020 BEC meeting.  This report is based on the approved 2020 budget and includes the 2020 annual dues revenues collected to date.  Due to the Coronavirus most branch activities have been temporarily shut down, hence, there are not many financial activities to report.  Consequently, Branch 98 financial activities are not in line with the approved 2020 budgeted revenues and expenditures.  The detailed August revenues and expenditures were discussed in the August Form 28 transmittal, so I will not repeat that information here. 

In spite of the curtailed financial activities this year, the overall YTD Budget Variance as of August is $986 (under budget), which means the revenues collected thus far are tracking our expenses fairly well. 

Please let me know if there are any other July revenues or expenses not covered in this report, or questions.  Otherwise, I will answer any questions that may arise at the BEC meeting.  This information has been uploaded to the BEC Document Archive on the Branch 98 website.

Best Regards,

Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

Mobile:  410-279-0809

Billkemper63@gmail.com 

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                           October 8, 2019

I have summarized the information reported in the Current Annual Budget Report and Budget Chart, which are attached, for September and year-to-date (YTD) 2019.  The summary is segregated between General Fund and Custodial Accounts (picnic, Christmas Party, etc.). Detailed explanation of all revenue and expenses are included in the monthly Form 28 report. 

 

 

Revenue and Expenses by Activity:

 

 

 

 

 

 September

 

 September YTD

 

 

 

 

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Variance

 

 Actual

 Budget

 Variance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Fund:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total General Fund Revenue

       103

            1

         102

 

         4,672

        4,434

         238

 

Total General Fund Expenses

       (527)

       (442)

            (85)

 

        (3,010)

       (7,513)

           4,503

 

     Net income/(expense) before transfers

      (423)

       (441)

               18

 

         1,663

       (3,079)

          4,741

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transfers (to)/from other Funds:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Luncheon Fund

      (145)

          (0)

        (145)

 

          (465)

               –  

        (465)

 

    Picnic Fund

          –   

            –  

            –  

 

             (8)

           211

        (219)

 

   Christmas Party Fund

          –  

        134

        (134)

 

               –  

           134

        (134)

 

   Events (ticket purchases, etc)

 

       (485)

       (100)

          (385)

 

             (70)

         1,313

       (1,383)

 

   SIRS Clothing Inventory

        (60)

            –  

          (60)

 

          (987)

               –  

        (987)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Total Transfers (To)/From

       (690)

           34

          (724)

 

        (1,530)

         1,658

       (3,188)

 

Total Net Income/(Expense)

  (1,113)

     (407)

     (706)

 

          132

     (1,421)

   1,553

 

Total Branch 98 expenses for September were unfavorable to Budget by $706, however, YTD is a favorable variance of $1,553.  Key variances for the month are noted below:

Our General Administrative Revenue and Expenses were on budget for the month but we have accumulated an excess of $4,741 for the year. Our other funds (Luncheon, Picnic, etc.) have all been unfavorable to budget on a YTD basis and the actual expenses have all required a subsidy from the General Fund.as follows:

 

·      Luncheons were budgeted to break even but have actually cost us $465 for the year. The details of the revenue and expenses are included in the Form 28 report

·      The Picnic was budgeted to make $211 but after all expenses were accounted for we lost $8 on the event.

·      The Christmas Party is a timing issue.  The Budget assumed some ticket sales and some entertainment expense in September but there have been none to date.

·      Ramp activities are primarily a timing issue. We collect money for an event then buy the tickets. Generally, we pay for any overhead costs (ticket fees, etc.) but this should sort itself out over time.

·      While we had $766 of SIRS clothing sales in September we turned around and reinvested the money in more inventory.  This item was not budgeted in 2019 as a result the initial purchase of inventory for $927 was unfavorable to budget.

 

This report is based on the approved 2019 budget and is provided for discussion at the October BEC meeting.  I will answer any questions that may arise at the meeting.

 Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

 

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

 

 

Gentlemen,                                                                                                           November 2, 2019

I have summarized the information reported in the Current Annual Budget Report and Budget Chart, which are attached, for October and year-to-date (YTD) 2019.  The summary is segregated between General Fund and Custodial Accounts (picnic, Christmas Party, etc.). Detailed explanation of all revenue and expenses are included in the monthly Form 28 report. 

Revenue and Expenses by Activity:

 

 

 

 

 

 October 

 

 October YTD 

 

 

 

 

 

 Actual 

 Budget 

 Variance 

 

 Actual 

 Budget 

 Variance 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Fund:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total General Fund Revenue

         326

            1

         325

 

         4,999

     4,435

        564

 

Total General Fund Expenses

          (673)

      (1,352)

                679

 

           (3,683)

          (8,943)

             5,260

 

     Net income/(expense) before transfers

        (347)

     (1,351)

      1,004

 

         1,316

        (4,508)

      5,824

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transfers (to)/from other Funds:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Luncheon Fund

         (80)

           (0)

         (80)

 

           (545)

              –  

       (545)

 

    Picnic Fund

           –  

           –  

           –  

 

               (8)

            211

       (219)

 

   Christmas Party Fund

      1,762

      1,364

         398

 

         1,762

         1,498

        264

 

   Events (ticket purchases, etc)

          (500)

          (100)

              (400)

 

              (570)

            1,292

           (1,862)

 

   SIRS Clothing Inventory

        (115)

           –  

        (115)

 

        (1,102)

              –  

     (1,102)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Total Transfers (To)/From

      1,067

      1,264

        (197)

 

           (464)

         3,001

     (3,464)

 

Total Net Income/(Expense)

       720

       (87)

       807

 

          852

     (1,508)

   2,360

 

Total Branch 98 Net Income/Expense for October is favorable to Budget $807. YTD is a favorable variance of $2,360.  Key variances for the month and YTD are noted below:

1.   Administrative expenses for the month continue to run lower than budget ($679 for Oct. and $5,260 YTD).  Additionally, we have started collecting 2020 dues which was not budgeted in October ($326) Contributing to a General Fund favorable variance of $5,824.

2.   Event ticket sales should be a direct offset of revenue and expense with some allowance of overhead (ticket fees, etc.). However, the budgeted Activities expense is much lower than the budgeted revenue for 2019 (YTD $1,292).  As a result, while actual YTD revenue for Activities is $570 lower than expenses the variance from budget is $1,862 unfavorable.

3.   There is no budget for SIRS clothing inventory.  YTD we have purchased $2,689 of clothing, including the initial purchase of $927, with sales of $1,587.

 

This report is based on the approved 2019 budget and is provided for discussion at the November BEC meeting.  I will answer any questions that may arise at the November BEC meeting.

 Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

 

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                  December 28, 2019

 

The attached budget tracking report for November 2019 is provided for information and discussion at the January 8, 2020 BEC meeting.  This report is based on the approved 2019 budget and includes the 2019 and 2020 annual dues revenues collected to date.  Branch 98 financial activities continue to track fairly well compared to the YTD budgeted revenues and expenditures.  The detailed November 2019 revenues and expenditures were discussed in the November Form 28 transmittal, so I will not repeat that information here.  However, noteworthy points of November’s budgeted financial activities are discussed below:

  1. As can be seen in the attached Monthly Graphical Chart, the Monthly Actual Revenue for November tracked fairly close to the budget. However, to date the YTD Actual revenue was $7,865 less than expected (budgeted).  As can be seen in the report, this variance is due in large part to less moneys being collected for the luncheons ($7,929), everything else is fairly on track in comparison to the budget.  
  2. Again, per the attached Monthly Graphical Chart, it can be seen that the Monthly Expenses for November tracked fairly close to the budget. Nonetheless, the YTD Actual expenses were $8,966 less than budgeted. Again, this is primarily due to less moneys being spent for luncheons.  The 2019 budget assumed 5 meals would be purchased at $24 each and 5 meals would be purchased at $29 each.  As we know, a different meal option was negotiated to allow most of the meals to be purchased at $18 each for the majority of the year, which is the primary reason the YTD Variances are so far off. The rest of the Branch YTD Expenses tracked fairly well with their budget.  
  3. In light of 1 and 2 above, the overall YTD Budget Variance as of November is $1,101 (under budget).  This in comparison to the original approved 2019 budget, which estimated the Branch would be $3,530 over budget, indicates that the Branch will have under spent its budget by a fair margin this year.

Please let me know if there are any other November revenues or expenses not covered in this report, or questions.  Otherwise, I will answer any questions that may arise at the January 2020 BEC meeting.  This information has been uploaded to the BEC Document Archive on the Branch 98 website.

Best Regards,

Bill Kemper

SIRS Branch 98 Treasurer

Cell:  410-279-0809

Billkemper63@gmail.com 

Gentlemen,                                                                                                                                                             January 8, 2019

The attached budget tracking report for December 2018 is provided for information and discussion at the January BEC meeting.  This report is based on the approved 2018 budget and includes the 2018 annual dues revenues collected to date of $5,825 (100%) and early payment of 2019 dues of $1,825  ($275 paid in December) for a favorable YTD budget variance of $900.  Additionally, the Christmas Party expenses of $7,862 were paid in December offset by December ticket and raffle sales of $1,532 and utilization a credit card cash reward of $400.  The detailed December revenues and expenditures were discussed in the December Form 28 transmittal so I will not repeat that information here with the following exceptions:

 

1.       My November report indicated a YTD budget surplus for November of $5,915 primarily due to Christmas Party expenses budgeted in October and November of $5,327 which were incurred in December.  Net Christmas Party expenses for December were $4,930 ($7,862-$1,532-$400). The total budget deficit for December was $5,058 for a final YTD budget surplus of $857.

2.       The total actual and budgeted revenue and expenses for the Christmas Party were as follows:

                                                                         Actual              Budget            Variance

                            Ticket/raffle sales            $6,973              $6,594                 $379

                            Expenses                             7,966                7,990                      24

                                 Sub-Total                          (993)            (1,396)                   403

                          Credit card rewards                400                    –                        400

                                 Total Fav (Unfav)          ($593)           ($1,396)                $803

 

Please let me know if there are any other December revenues or expenses not covered in this report, or questions.  Otherwise, I will answer any questions that may arise at the January BEC meeting.  This information has been uploaded to the BEC Document Archive on the Branch 98 website.

 

Best Regards,

Bill Kinzie

Bill Kinzie

SIRS Branch 98 Asst. Treasurer

Cell:  650-996-2859

william.kinzie@gmail.com

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