General Accounting and Financial Reporting
General Accounting and Financial Reporting is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the University’s accounting records–including the maintenance of ChartFields and Combination Codes, the review of general ledger (GL) activities and the timely closing of accounting periods. In addition, the office processes GL journal entries for cash transfers, inter-departmental transactions and expense corrections and reviews the accuracy of monthly financial reports. The office also prepares the University’s Annual Financial Report, quarterly reports for the Board of Trustees and other external reports.
General Accounting and Financial Reporting is located in Suite 1250, East Campus Office Building.
Please call 352-392-1326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance.
PDF version of the Annual Financial Reports of the University of Florida’s Component Units.
PDF and HTML version of the University of Florida Annual Financial Reports, as well as an Illustrated Guide to Understanding the Financial Statements for non-accountants.
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Journal entries are a method of recording transactions or moving existing transactions in the university’s General Ledger. These transactions can be for cash transfers, expense to expense (E2Es), expense to revenue (E2Rs), deposit corrections (DPCs) or internal service providers (ISPs).View allJournal Entries