JAN – Financial Info
2014 Information Must Be Submitted
2015 treasurers should check with 2014 treasurers to make sure that the following information has been submitted to AAPC:
- 4th quarter attendance sheets
- 2014 profit and loss statements
This information must be uploaded on AAPC’s website and it was due by the end of the year. In the case where the information has not been submitted, the 2015 officers could submit it under the direction of the 2014 treasurer.
Additionally, 2015 treasurers must submit:
- A copy of the checking account statement showing the balance in the account as of December 31st, 2014.
This information is due by January 31st and must be emailed to email@example.com.
AAPC Supports its Chapters Financially on a Quarterly Basis
AAPC reimburses chapters $1 for each member that attends a meeting
When chapter officers hold CEU-approved meetings, the chapter is eligible for a reimbursement from AAPC. The reimbursement is paid quarterly based upon the information provided by the officers. Officers provide information by uploading attendance sheets from meetings during the quarter. Officers must upload attendance sheets online by 15 days after the end of each quarter (April 15, July 15, October 15 and December 15*). Online deposits are made into chapter checking accounts on the 15th of the following month (May 15, August 15, November 15 and February 15). *4th quarter information is due by the end of the year.
AAPC reimburses chapters $10 for each examinee proctored
Reimbursements for hosting exams are automatically paid based upon the number of examinees that sat for each exam. The reimbursements are given at the same time as the reimbursement for meetings. Officers are not required to submit information to AAPC in order to receive this reimbursement.
Chapters shouldn’t charge dues
AAPC members already pay national dues so chapters should not charge local dues. However, it is permissible to charge for meeting expenses. Chapters desiring to make money may hold seminars.