General Ledger Accounting Code
Course # W00GLA
Do you work with Master File Keys, better known as MFKs? The MFK is the “key” to understanding how funds are managed. A Master File Key contains 11 discrete elements that are always numeric. By understanding the elements that comprise an MFK you will have a better understanding of how it works with fund accounting and why it is important to you and your unit, department , division or college. This course will enhance your understanding of the MFK and the elements that comprise the MFK.
- Cash receipts
- Describe how and when the MFK is used
- Interpret basic MFK information
- Identify the "WhoKey" and "WhatKey"
- Locate codes and describe different codes
Participants (audience course is designed for):
UI staff/faculty that deposit funds for the University.