Available Cash: Cash available to spend as of the date of a report.
Contribution Receivable: Outstanding amount due on contribution commitments.
Dollars Invested: Principal amount invested in an endowment account.
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Endowment Units: Shares of the UH Foundation endowment pool owned by an endowment account.
Expenses: Total amount of dollars that have been paid out of the fund. Click here to view expense categories.
Fiscal Year: The Foundation uses a fiscal year, or 12-month accounting period, starting July 1 and ending June 30.
Fund Balance: Net amount of total revenues and expenses for a specified period.
IFAS: Integrated Financial and Administrative Solution. University of Hawaii Foundation's accounting system.
Interfund Transfers: Total dollars that have been transferred between other Foundation accounts.
Market Value: Current value of the dollars invested in an endowment account including market gains and losses. Value updated quarterly.
Object Code: A four-digit code used to classify transactions, such as expense and revenues.
Object Total YTD: Total activity from July 1 to end of report period.
Pledge Contribution: Contribution commitment to be paid at a later date; if paid in installments, no longer than 5 years. Recorded as revenue in the fiscal year commitment made.
Prior Balance: Total activity from July 1 to beginning of report period.
Project: An account established as an entity based on its purpose.
Project Number: An eight-digit numeric code that represents an account number.
Prompts (Report Prompts): Prompts are the fields used to restrict data when running reports. A value is required for each field.