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VOLUME 5 ISSUE 12B—DECEMBER 15, 2012

YEAR-END CLOSE TIPS FOR PEOPLESOFT AND SCOUTNET
The more things you can take care of today, the less you have to do during the holidays and early January. The Finance Impact Department gives a list of helpful tips for closing out 2012 in PeopleSoft Financial and ScoutNET. Read more.

STARTING NEW FISCAL YEAR EASILY AND ACCURATELY
Starting the new fiscal year with accurate account balances increases the chances of producing accurate financial statements throughout the year. Steps are outlined to help councils with this process. Read more.

BSA DISCOVER CARD NOW AVAILABLE!
The Boy Scouts of America Discover® credit card, specifically designed for the adult members of Scouting families, is now available, providing Scouters rewards for everyday purchases and the Boy Scouts of America a percentage of those purchases to support Scouting. Read more.

INCLUDING GENERATION Y IN YOUR FUNDRAISING PLAN
According to Giving USA 2012, the largest source of contributions in 2011 was individuals and households, encompassing 73 percent of the total charitable giving. There is no doubt that the landscape of the philanthropic population is changing. This change includes a segment of the population known as the millennials—those born between 1980 and 2000. Read more.

DEVELOPMENT AND FISCAL WEBINARS
Webinars for year-end close for fundraising and fiscal management and for starting the new year correctly in PeopleSoft are available. Read more.


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