ISS BUDGET PROJECTION FOR 2016

Prepared by ISS Treasurer R. F. Dietrich

Submitted by ISS President Michael O’Hara

 

PROJECTED INCOME FOR 2016:

$   3,000     Memberships

$   7,000     Donations

$   1,700     SHAW Journal Subscriptions

$      500     Subscriptions to UK’s The Shavian

$      250     Dividend Income

$   6,500     Royalty from PSUP for SHAW sales

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$ 18,950    Total Income for 2016

$ 80,100    Assets Carried Over from 2015

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$ 99,050    Total Assets at End of 2016 (before expenses for 2016 are subtracted)

 

PROJECTED EXPENDITURES FOR 2016:

$       42    Renewal of P.O. Box

$       62    Annual Report to the Florida Division of Corporations

$       10    Annual Report to the Florida Division of Consumer Services

$     200    Office Expenses

$         0    Newsletter (Digital this year)

$  1,900    SHAW Journal Subscriptions (paid to Johns Hopkins U. Press)(includes partial subsidizing of foreign subscription mailing cost)

$     600    Subscriptions to The Shavian (paid to Evelyn Ellis, Sec. for The Shaw Society UK)(includes PayPal fees)

$     200    Expenses for Summer Shaw Symposium

$  3,000    Travel Grants for Summer Shaw Symposium

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$ 6,014 Total Expenditures Projected for 2016

 

PROJECTED BALANCE AT END OF 2015 (after expenses for 2016 have been subtracted):

 

$ 93,036

 

It should be noted that although 2016 looks to be a relatively inexpensive year for the ISS, 2017 may make up for that by causing more expenditure than income, as the 2017 Summer Shaw Symposium at Niagara-on-the-Lake will be combined with a full-scale conference at York U. in Toronto and a Chicago Symposium with the ShawChicago Theater Co. will occur sometime in the spring.  Still, the ISS is doing well, financially.

 

Submitted by Michael O’Hara, ISS President 2016-2018