International Shaw Society

End-of-Year Financial Report for 2006

Online Report

 

ISS Budget Summary in U.S. Dollars as of 12/31/06

AMOUNT

ITEM

$ 18,339.93

Carryover Balance from 2005 (detail below):

 $16,446.01  Certificates of Deposit (12/31/05)

 $  1,893.92  Checking Account (12/31/05)

$ 12,076.09

 

 

2006 Income as of 12/31/06 (detail below):

 $ 9,078.00  Membership fees and contributions

                    [$4,398 in contributions; $4,680 in membership fees]

 $ 2,352.10  Refund from Brown U. of conference surplus

  $   645.99  Interest Income from CDs in 2006 (detail below):

                    A. $ 158.89  Interest Income (SunTrust CDs)(not in checkbook)

                    B. $ 256.25  Interest Income (Palm Bank CD)(not in checkbook)

                    C. $ 230.85  Interest income (Third Federal CDs)(not in checkbook) 

$ 30,416.02

Total Assets as of 12/31/06 before expenses for 2006 subtracted

$ 12,290.75

 

2006 Expenditures as of 12/31/06 (details below):

$ 3,758.25   Penn State Press for 133 SHAW subscriptions (via Johns Hopkins).

$    691.40   Copying and Mailing of 2006 Newsletter & Membership Renewal

                     Form.

$ 2,278.53   Advertising for Brown U. Conference

$ 3,050.00   Travel Grants for young scholars to Brown U. Conference.

$    900.00   Registration fees for grant winners at Brown U. Conference

$ 1,400.00   Travel Grants for young scholars to ISS Symposium.

$    111.32   Mailing Expenses for Elections

$        4.00   Check Order

$      36.00   Annual fee for P.O. Box

$      61.25   Annual Report to Florida Division of Corporations

 (Expenditures out of pocket—in excess of $500, not counting travel)

$ 18,125.27

TOTAL OF CURRENT ASSETS as of 12/31/06

 (Expenditures Subtracted from 2005 Carryover + 2006 Income)

 

Index: DETAIL OF CURRENT INVESTMENTS (below):

$15,917.89

$ 5,348.53   Five $1,000 CDs at Sun Trust renewed for 13 months at 5.25%. 

                    Maturity date 6/16/07.

$ 5,113.96  One $5,000 CD at The Palm Bank renewed at 5.5% for 12 months.

                   Maturity Date 8/8/07.

$5,455.40   Five $1,000 CDs at Third Federal matured 9/22/05 at $5,228.55 and

                   renewed at 5.51%  for 15  months. Maturity date 12/22/07.

 

 

 

ISS End-of-Year Financial Report for 2005

Online Report

 

ISS Budget Summary in U.S. Dollars as of 12/31/05

AMOUNT

ITEM

$  8,860.62

Carryover Balance from 2004 (detail below):

   $5,000.00  Certificates of Deposit (12/31/04)

   $3,860.62  Checking Account (12/31/04)

$14,862.87

 

 

2005 Income as of 12/31/05 (detail below):

    $ 8,384.86  Membership fees and contributions 

    $ 6,000.00  Outright gifts (from Aubrey Hampton & Susan Hussey) 

    $      32.00  Lost check # 1010

    $    446.01  Interest Income from CDs (detail below):

                    A. $ 228.55  Interest income (Third Federal CDs)(not in checkbook)

                    B. $ 116.79  Interest Income (SunTrust CDs)(not in checkbook)

                    C. $ 100.67  Interest Income (Palm Bank CD)(not in checkbook) 

$ 23,723.49

Total Income in 2005 as of 12/31/05

$ 11,000.00

Total New Investments as of 12/31/05 (detail below):

   $5,000.00   5 $1,000 CDs at SunTrust (3.5%)

   $6,000.00   1 $6,000 CD at The Palm Bank (4.04%)

$ 34,723.49

Total of Income & Investments as of 12/31/05

$ 16,383.56

 

2005 Expenditures as of 12/31/05 (details below):

$ 2,929.50  Penn State Press for 104 SHAW subscriptions.

$    119.13  Copying and Mailing of 2004 Newsletter.

$    984.41  Copying and mailing of flyers on the Symposium 

                   and email problems.

$    600.00  Travel Grants for students to ISS Symposium.

$    312.22  Symposium Registration Fees for two

                   students who won travel grants.    

$     36.00  Annual fee for P.O. Box

$     61.25  Annual Report to Florida Division of Corporations

$   341.05  Purchase from GoDaddy.com of domain name of

                  www.shawsociety.org and 2 years of hosting.

$ 5,000.00  Purchase of 5 $1,000 CDs at SunTrust      

$ 6,000.00 Purchase of 1 $6,000 CD at The Palm Bank

(Expenditures out of pocket—in excess of $500)

$18,339.93

TOTAL OF CURRENT ASSETS

 (Expenditures Subtracted from Income & Investments)

 

DETAIL OF CURRENT ASSETS:

$16,446.01

TOTAL INVESTMENTS (details below):

New Investments in 2005 as of 7/31/05

$ 5,116.79   Five $1,000 CDs at Sun Trust at 3.5% for 13 months. 4/15/05

                   initiated.

$ 6,100.67   One $6,000 CD at The Palm Bank at 4.04% for 12 months. 7/08/05

                    initiated.

Investment from 2004 Renewed in 2005:

$5,228.55   Five $1,000 CDs at Third Federal matured 7/22/05 at $5,137.75 and

                  renewed at 4% for 14  months.

$  1,893.92

TOTAL IN CHECKING ACCOUNT (12/31/05)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

 

 

 

 

 

ISS Mid-Year Financial Report for 2005

Reported at The Shaw Symposium 7/31/05

 

 

ISS Budget Summary in U.S. Dollars as of 7/31/05

AMOUNT

ITEM

$  8,860.62

Carryover Balance from 2004

   $5,000.00  Certificates of Deposit (12/31/04)

   $3,860.62  Checking Account (12/31/04)

$14,054.75

 

 

2005 Income as of 7/31/05:

    $ 7,917.00  Membership fees and contributions 

    $ 6,000.00  Outright gifts (from Aubrey Hampton & Susan

                       Hussey) 

    $    137.75 Interest income

$22,915.37

Total Income as of 7/31/05

$  5,042.51

 

2005 Expenditures as of 7/31/05:

$ 2,929.50  Penn State Press for 104 SHAW subscriptions.

$    119.13  Copying and Mailing of 2004 Newsletter.

$    984.41  Copying and mailing of flyers on the Symposium 

                   and email problems.

$    600.00  Travel Grants for students to ISS Symposium.

$    312.22  Symposium Registration Fees for two

                   students who won travel grants.    

$     36.00  Annual fee for P.O. Box

$     61.25  Annual Report to Florida Division of Corporations

             (Expenditures out of pocket—about $500)

$17,872.86

TOTAL OF CURRENT ASSETS

 (Expenditures Subtracted from Income)

 

DETAIL OF CURRENT ASSETS:

$16,137.75

"ENDOWMENT FUND"

New Investments in 2005 as of 7/31/05

$ 5,000.00   Five $1,000 CDs at Sun Trust at 3.5% for 13

                    months. 4/15/05 initiated.

$ 6,000.00   One $6,000 CD at The Palm Bank at 4.04% for

                    12 months. 7/08/05 initiated.

Investments from 2004 Renewed in 2005

$5,127.75   Five $1,000 CDs at Third Federal matured  

                   7/22/05 at $5,137.75 and renewed at 4% for 14       

              months.

$  1,735.11

TOTAL IN CHECKING ACCOUNT (7/31/05)

 

For a list of "ISS Angels":

Founding Contributors, Sponsors, & Partners are listed at

 http://chuma.cas.usf.edu/~dietrich/Founding-Members-Plus.htm

 

2005 Contributors, Sponsors, & Partners are listed at http://chuma.cas.usf.edu/~dietrich/2005-Members-Plus-List.htm

 

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ISS Financial Report for 2004

 

$10,736.87

Total Income from Membership Fees and Contributions and Subscriptions to SHAW (the journal)

$  1,876.25

Total Expenditures

$1,055.00  Penn State Press for SHAW subscriptions

$   730.00  Membership Recruitment Flyer-copying & mailing

$     30.00  Bank of America Checks & Deposit Slips

$     61.25  Annual Report to Florida Division of Corporations

(Expenditures out of the president's pocket 2003-2004 and free to the ISS---about $1,000.  This cannot continue!)

$8,860.62

SUBTOTAL

$5,000.00

Investments – Five $1,000 CDs at Third Federal.  Interest to be reported on the 2005 Financial Report.  

$3,860.62

TOTAL IN CHECKING ACCOUNT as of 12/31/04

 

NOTE: For the time being, investments will be treated as an endowment fund and will not be touched except in an emergency. 

 

Submitted by the ISS President, R. F. Dietrich