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Accounting & Reporting

The primary goal of accounting is to present financial data in a logical and meaningful way to provide anyone with the ability to evaluate how the organization is performing. For NYU, this could include the President, Faculty, Students, Donors, Staff, Alumni, New York City, the Federal Government and the Global community.

Accounting also impacts when a transaction will be shown on a report, and what must happen in order for a transaction to be considered reportable. Knowing why reports are organized a certain way, and what drives the numbers that are shown on the reports, will help increase the effectiveness of using and interpreting the reports.


Journal Entry Management System (JEMS)

The Journal Entry Management System (JEMS) was developed through a collaboration between the Office of the Controller and NYU IT to improve the internal controls relating to the creation, approval, and validation of "Actuals" journal entries posted in the University's general ledger (FAME).

A JEMS User Guide is available in the "Help" section of the "JEMS" application.


Submit
Cash Claims

Use this ServiceLink form to claim and recognize revenue for funds deposited to University cash accounts

Claim Revenue for a University Cash Account

Related Training

This tutorial provides a step-by-step users' guide for the Journal Entry Management System (JEMS). It covers the following topics: getting access and logging in to JEMS, preparing a journal entry, the approval process and submission to FAME, and searching for a journal entry.

Who should take this course: Anyone with financial functions who needs to use JEMS to make a journal entry.

Course Duration: 15 minutes.

You can access this training in iLearn, which can be found on the Work tab on NYUHome.

This tutorial is a general overview of the New York University’s chart of accounts. It is designed to provide basic information on the University’s accounting structure to assist in the accurate recording of financial transactions in the University’s financial system.

Who should take this course: Anyone with financial functions who uses Brio to run the standard financial reports.

Course Duration: 7 minutes.

You can access this training in iLearn, which can be found on the Work tab on NYUHome.

 

This tutorial is designed to help you understand the appropriate use of transfer accounts; the basics of transfer accounting; and how to choose the correct transfer accounts. It will introduce you to the online transfer account tools.

It is strongly recommended that you take FIN 108: Chart of Accounts as a prerequisite to this course.

Course Duration: 5 minutes.

You can access this training in iLearn, which can be found on the Work tab on NYUHome.

UDW+ Training is managed by the Decision Support Group


NYU Consolidated Financial Statemetns

2013-2014 and previous NYU Consolidated Financial Statements
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Account Lookup Tool

Search for a University account by number or text description. (requires NYUHome login)

Go to the Account Lookup Tool


UDW+

University Data Warehouse Plus (UDW+)

Access UDW+ for Financial reporting and analytics.
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FSM Wiki

 

 

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By Phone

Call the FinanceLink
Service Center from 9am to 5pm (EST) 212-998-1111

Email

Request assistance via the FinanceLink Service Center askfinancelink@nyu.edu

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