AGENDA – Mount Vernon Unitarian Church – Alexandria, VA Board of Trustees Meeting – May 10, 2016
|7:00||30 min. reading time|
|7:30||Welcome – call to order||Pam|
|7:32||Reflection – chalice lighting||Kate|
|7:35||Consent Agenda Review and Approval:
April Meeting Minutes
Program Council Report
|7:40||Congregational Sponsorship request||Action||Pam|
|7:50||Personnel Advisory Committee||Info||Pam|
|7:55||Preschool Lease update||Info||Pam|
|8:00||Ministerial Compensation adjustment||Action||Pam|
|8:10||Ministerial review from Committee on Ministry||Info||Pam|
|8:15||Update on neighborhood noise and rental times||Info||Kate|
|8:55||Unannounced new business and announcements|
|9:00||MVUC Covenant and Adjournment|
BOT Priorities 2015-16
- Ensure continued financial health of MVUC – IN PROGRESS
- Plan and host 60th Anniversary celebration – DONE
- Implement v.2 of dashboard and establish electronic data storage/access
- Design and implement a process to assess mission and vision – IN PROGRESS
Mount Vernon Unitarian Church Governance Calendar
|April||Quarterly financial review (Finance/BOT)||Completed|
|Approve annual budget (Finance/BOT)*||Completed|
|Quarterly membership data report (Membership Council)*||Completed|
|Annual Meeting planning and official announcement (BOT)||Completed|
|BOT retreat planning||Begun|
|Set date for next year’s annual meeting|
|BOT retreat planning||Continuing|
|Appoint GA delegates (BOT)*|
|Semi-annual Endowment report (Endowment/BOT)*|
|Appoint committee positions per charters and policies (BOT/PC)*|
Board of Trustees of Mount Vernon Unitarian Church
10 May 2016
Board members present:
Pam Koger-Jesup, Board Chair
John Henrehan, Vice Board Chair
Sally Lindfors, Secretary
Tony Barkume, Program Council Co-Convener
Sarah Soulliere. Program Council Co-Convener
Helen Kitrosser, Youth Member
Rev. Dr. Kate Walker, Minister
Carol Graves, Church Administrator
Alice King, Ministerial Intern
Board members absent:
Pam called the meeting to order at 7:33 pm. Kate read “Natural Theology” from David O. Rankin’s Dancing in the Empty Spaces.
Congregational Sponsorship Request, Sarah Cade
A member of MVUC since October, Sarah gave a brief description of her interest, her UU background, and her application to the UUA for aspirant status in preparation for the UUA ministry. John moved and Sarah seconded MVUC’s sponsorship; the motion carried.
Consensus Items: April 2016 Board meeting minutes, Minister’s report, Administrator’s report, Program Council report
* Items approved unanimously.
Personnel Advisory Committee Update, Pam
Richard and Ron Brandt are retiring from this committee, so replacements are needed. HR experience is desirable, and one Board representative needs to be on the committee.
Preschool Lease Update, Pam
The lease has been signed. Pam emphasized the important relationship between MVUC and the preschool and thanked those who worked on this agreement. The lease is now a 10-year lease that includes a 3% annual increase in rent, a 7th-year review of rent only, and an annual update and increased communication on the preschool’s activities to continue to foster the relationship with MVUC. Carol described the final negotiations on the basis of advice from the last Board meeting, which included dropping the protective liability clause if it was a potential bone of contention. Ken pointed out that the Board had not officially voted to approve the lease. John moved and Sally seconded approval of the lease; the motion carried with one abstention.
Minister’s Compensation Adjustment, Pam
As described in Carol’s report, the total compensation ($107,037.85) has not changed, but its allocation of its tax-free housing portion has been lowered (to $37,117.32) and the taxable salary portion increased (to $69,920.53) after a reassessment of housing costs. John moved and Ken seconded approval of this adjustment; the motion carried.
Ministerial Review from the Committee on Ministry, Pam
The report included helpful and interesting comments. Ken pointed out that the updated committee charter, which specifies that the review be conducted every other year, is not on the website.
Thank You Note from Ann Richards, Pam
Pam passed around a personal thank-you note from Ann Richards for her merit raise and COLA increase.
Update on Neighborhood Noise and Rental Times, Kate
If Fairfax County determines that events can conclude by 11 pm, MVUC would like to conclude activities by 10:30, with no trucks after 9 pm. The responses to events from neighbors vary widely, from welcome to annoyance. MVUC should set up a protocol to advise neighbors of upcoming events and request that they not mow lawns during those hours. Carol pointed out that the neighborhood association now meets at MVUC at no cost, and MVUC is now a voting member. John moved and Sally seconded that the Board Chair or designee be authorized to change the rental event closing time from 10 to 10:30 if the County’s ordinance on event closing times is 11 pm. The motion carried, with one abstention.
Retreat Update, John
Led by David Miller, the retreat will start at MVUC on June 3. Participants arrive around 4 – 6 pm for appetizers; Kate will prepare dinner; the meeting will conclude by 9 pm. The Saturday retreat will take place at the Arlington UU church, from 9 am to 3 or 4 pm. The retreat will focus on vision and not apportion responsibilities during the retreat but rather focus on such issues as how to nurture volunteers and prevent burnout.
* Sally praised the hanging of Hilda Thorpe’s paintings in the Commons; the Board thanked Sarah for her work on the project.
* Sally thanked the Board for its support during the past year.
* Richard suggested that the lawn contract bids be made more open so that MVUC can compare more bids. The three now bidding have insurance certificates and references from working on comparable properties. The Property Committee works on finding qualified bidders and decides who gets the contract.
* Although several members plan to attend the General Assembly meeting June 22 – 26 in Columbus, Ohio, no one has yet volunteered to be a delegate. Sandy Peterson has indicated she is willing to be a delegate if no one else volunteers.
Meeting adjourned at 8:40 pm
Respectfully submitted, Sally Lindfors, Secretary
Program Council Report
2016 Ministerial Assessment – Committee on Ministry
April Financial Reports
Minister’s Board Report
Rev. Dr. Kate R. Walker
Mt Vernon Unitarian Church
May 10, 2016
1) Worship, Arts and Music Committee in finalizing plans for summer worship with a nice selection of lay leaders and guests. Linda Davidson is coordinating and a professional pianist has been hired. Yee Von Ng is not available this summer to coordinate the music program due to travel.
2) Caring Associates continues to do an outstanding job with care of minor surgeries and illnesses.
3) On Tuesday, May 2, C
arol Graves, Pam Koger-Jesup and I met with some of our neighbors about the recent change in Fairfax County Noise Ordinance which is found here: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpz/zoning/noiseordinance/29-15-108_1.pdf
Frank Gorey, Fairfax County Code Compliance Investigator, joined us. He was particularly affirming that we were engaged in open dialogue with all parties.
The meeting was warm and friendly, while frank discussion was encouraged about the needs of neighbors and MVUC, and what the ordinance restricted. It was clear that at least one neighbor is still insisting that MVUC is being held by an out of date exemption. The County has yet to convince him that the exemption has not been updated. I consider this as between the County and the neighbor.
There are at least two questions in the ordinance that need clarification. We are waiting on response from Mr. Gorey. One question is the end time for an event 10 p.m. or 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights? The ordinance is inconsistent. The second question regards what constitutes “residential dwelling”? Is that the house or the property line? Both are pertinent to restrictions that apply to all events at MVUC.
We have been asked by neighbors to notify them when events are occurring so they can accommodate their schedules. For example, three of them said they would not mow their lawns during a wedding. This proactive step seems in the best interest of our ongoing relationship, although it puts the burden on MVUC staff. Not all neighbors are members of the association, there are 113 homes, but we are most concerned with those that abut the property.
4) Travel schedule:
June 19-26: UUMA Ministry Days and UUA General Assembly, Columbus, Ohio
June 27-14: Study leave* (Chautauqua Institute and home)
July 15-22: Vacation* (Rehoboth Beach)
July 23-Aug. 1: Study Leave (TBD)
Aug. 2-16: Vacation (Scotland)
Submitted in gratitude, Kate R. Walker
MVUC is a loving and inclusive community. Our mission is to encourage one another on our spiritual journeys and to work together to build the common good.
Live our UU principles and be a voice for liberal religion; *Create vital worship experiences that engage our minds, hearts and spirit; * Engage in lifespan religious education and learning; *Expand our social justice leadership and commitment; *Become a more diverse and multi-generational community.
To achieve our vision, we will practice intentional, responsible stewardship.
*Per my Letter of Agreement: If I’m required to return to MVUC while on vacation, MVUC pays all travel costs, if I’m required to return during my study leave, then I am responsible for travel costs.
Administrative Notes to the Board
For May 10, 2016 Board Meeting
Contract, Leases and Rents
- Grounds Contract has not yet been awarded for this year. The Property Committee hopes to do so in the next six weeks. With the loss of their committee chairperson, and the personal family issues of two other key committee members, they are behind in this. In the meantime, the church and Chris Reidy are operating on a month-to-month basis.
- As you may remember, the committee agreed last year to go on a 5 year contract process that would include a scheduled review and obtaining a minimum of three bids. Their original intent was to have had this in place before the end of 2015. They still intend to move ahead with the plan of getting bids from 3 lawn contractors who have experience with historic properties – Chapel Valley, Campbell Ferrera, Davey Tree and Chris Reidy. The contractors must demonstrate and have references from comparable properties with appropriate qualifications. Finally, all companies must have a Certificate of Insurance that we can present to our Insurance company showing coverage for their employees. If you know of a company that should be considered for this contract, please submit their contact information to the Property Committee either in their mailbox or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Fort Hunt Preschool Lease was signed by MVUC and FHP on Thursday, May 5. Almost everyone who was involved in the discussions and negotiations was present for the signing. The lease was signed by Pam, MVUC’s Board chair representing MVUC and by Nancy Renner, Director, Katie Copps, Co-President, and Kelli Adams, Treasurer representing FHP. MVUC witnesses were John Henrehan, Tony Barkume, Ann Richards, Wendy Burns, Kate and Alice.
- Rents for Preschool and the apartment are all up to date.
- Birgit Robbert, Linda Burke, Jim Kerr, and Susan Samuels will be attending a one day training in Baltimore on the Tuesday after Memorial Day. Each will be attending different workshop that relates to features and/or capabilities of our ACS database.
- I will be going to Columbus, Ohio in June to attend the two days of UUA Professional Days workshops.
- I will be probably be taking two weeks’ vacation in October.
New and/or Improved
- Middle Office Overhaul. Painting of the middle office began last week. This office has not been painted in over six or seven years. Hope to have it finished my the end of this week. Second hand furniture to spruce it up will be scouted and obtained during the summer. All this is due to the generous funding of the SBA.
- Beginning June 1, the email forwarder address email@example.com will be terminated and firstname.lastname@example.org will be the new official address for the Board of Trustees. Between now and then I will be working to complete this process behind the screens with our webmail host.
- Amanda Casey, our rental events coordinator for large events delivered her second baby girl on Thursday, April 28.
- Dedicated Scanner was purchased recently for the church. After all the work is completed in the middle office, it will be setup in there.
- Considering changing Kyocera copier and contract for next year. Looking for a simpler, cheaper machine and contract that is just as reliable if not more so.
Post Elections and Annual Meeting
- Suggestions for next year. We have collected some observations from staff and members that I’ll compile so that they can be considered for next year. I will share one suggestion: have the Green Sanctuary members assist in the management of the recyclables and trash. This would clear up the confusion that currently exists.
- 2016 Annual Report to State Corporation can now be completed with our newly elected officers’ names to be entered.
- Met with Esther Dickinson and Susan Samuels to begin planning for the transition that occurs each year with the end of one fiscal year and the beginning of the next.
Special Thanks to the Board of Trustees
- Gratitude from all the staff to Ken for recommending it, SBA for funding it and to the Board for affirming the $200 bonuses for the staff. Everyone was touched by the thoughtfulness and the act of appreciation. Thank you all.
May 10, 2016
- The first two Green Hill Workshops went well, although we are still thinking about how to best involve 6th We are still looking for Education Reps on June 5 and 12.
- I have attached an updated curriculum list for 2016-17. The invitation to past teachers went out this morning.
- The Fort Hunt Preschool lease was signed on May 5, 2016 with a small celebration and photographs.
- Attendance continues to be strong, unlike past years in which numbers dropped off drastically. April 24 saw 57 children in attendance, which is comparable to traditionally “busier” times of the year.
- The Middle Grades committee anticipates meeting one more time to focus on programming for 6th
- The OWL subcommittee will be meeting later this month.
- Please be reminded that the Stories and Music in the Garden fundraiser on May 15 planned by the Playground Committee is coming up. If you are able to help donate baked goods for sale, or assist with set up for the event, please let me know.
- An update of the LSG service OoS is attached for discussion.
Special Events and Programming
- Game Night on April 30 was successful with about 8 families in attendance, many of them new to Game Night or MVUC.
- While we were able to find a coordinator for the Seder, it was canceled with too few people to cook and attend.
- Building Your Own Theology, to be led by Alice King was also canceled due to too few registrants.
- Walker will be hosting a brunch for those bridging on June 12, their advisors and parents. This will be in celebration of their accomplishments, and to invite discussion about the future of the High School program.
- The new web site for Adult Religious Education in our cluster was unveiled last month. It can be found at email@example.com This site shares appropriate MVUC ARE with other area congregations, and allows MVUC members to attend ARE programs at other UU churches.
PROGRAM COUNCIL REPORT
From: Tony Barkume and Sarah Soulliere, Program Council Co-Conveners
Re: May 2016 Report of the Program Council
- Reporting on the Annual Service Awards to the Congregation: The
Program Council decided to take a few steps to inform the congregation
members who were not able to attend the Annual Meeting about the
recipients of the annual service recognitions. Wendy Burns (Property
Coordinator) is writing an article about the award recipients for the June
Windmill. Bonnie Iredell (Our Home Community Coordinator) is
constructing a photo/text display about the recipients for the bulletin
board at the back of the chapel.
- Recruiting Volunteers for Coffee Hour: Linda Moncure will take over
coordinating coffee hour on May 29th for the summer months. (Thank
Barbara Jacobs and Diane Brown for doing it this past church year!)
At their April meeting, the Program Council discussed the use of
different models for recruiting volunteers. In the “team” approach (now
being used) existing church groups recruit their members to provide
refreshments for a certain number of Sundays. In contrast, in a
“universal service” model all congregation members would be asked to
provide refreshments once a year; this model has been used in other
churches. There was general agreement that the “universal service”
approach should be investigated. Bonnie Iredell has volunteered to
lead up this effort; Bonnie will first investigate the use of the church
member data base for this purpose.
2016 Ministerial Assessment – Committee on Ministry
The Committee on Ministry (COM) has completed the 2015/2016 biennial assessment of our minister, Reverend Kate Walker (respectfully “Kate”). This is our fourth ministerial assessment of Kate, the first was in 2009. The next assessment of our minister will be in 2017/18. We used the “360 degree” assessment model which was used in 2013/2014 and 2011/2012. Our process and results are presented here for the Board of Trustees’ consideration as described in our charter. We welcome questions, suggestions or comments.
- Our Process
We considered several ministerial assessment models found on the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association (UUMA) Website: http://www.uuma.org/?page=assessmenttools. We felt that the “360 degree” method used in the previous assessment had worked well. The “360 degree” model was used for the staff and lay leaders because they are in regular contact with Kate and can speak to areas that the general congregation cannot. This model also requires Kate’s participation in a “self assessment” which we supported. It should be noted that although the questions are structured, the number of people asked to respond is small and the results should be viewed as an assessment, and not as survey data subject to statistical analysis.
“360 degree” Assessment
Participants were sent an email on January 18, 2016 with a link to the survey form on Survey Monkey and a request for completion by February 1. The “360 degree” survey form is found on the UUMA website with very slight editing for MVUC. The form is included at the end of the report for reference. A follow-up email reminder was sent on January 31. Follow-up calls were made to those who had not responded on January 31. The invited lay leader participants were: Ken Pilkenton, Sally Lindfors, Tony Barkume, Bill Cassidy, Diane Brown, Isabelle Arnold, David Keegan, Maria Hong, Carolyn Dunleavy, Helen Kitrosser, Laura Castro, Betsy Stephens, Linda Jemison, Kelly Campbell, and Tony Morris. Kate also received the same form to complete a self assessment. We received a reply from 12 of our 15 selected participants. We received Kate’s completed self assessment, and it is included in the report below.
Respondents were asked to rate Kate’s performance on the following:
Q.1 Please rate Kate’s performance on these major job responsibilities using a scale of 1 to 5 where a 1 is a strong point, 2 is competent in this area, 3 is needs some improvement in this area, 4 is an area of notable weakness, 5 is cannot say (Not Applicable). If you give a 1, 3 or 4 rating, please comment or give an example. [Note: ratings of 5 were not included in the averages below.]
Q.3 Please rate Kate’s performance on these other areas using a scale of 1 to 5 where a 1 is a strong point, 2 is competent in this area, 3 is needs some improvement in this area, 4 is an area of notable weakness, 5 is cannot say (Not Applicable). If you give a 1, 3 or 4 rating, please comment or give an example. [Note: ratings of 5 were not included in the averages below.]
|Q.1 Major Job Responsibilities|
|Supervision of Paid Staff||1.6||1.8||1.5|
|Q.3 Other Capabilities|
|Adult Religious Education||1.3||1.2||1.9|
|Breadth of Vision||1.3||1.5||1.5|
- Our Summary
As can be seen from the table above, all of Kate’s scores averaged between a 1 “a strong point” and 2 “is competent in this area”. Her highest scores were in the areas of “Sunday Services” and “Initiative”.
- Kate’s Self Assessment:
The 360 Degree Assessment model calls for the minister’s self assessment as one of the components of the process. Kate’s self assessment for 2016 is included below.
Worship: I continue to feel good about worship, I’ve received several unsolicited very positive comments from members who care deeply about worship (and who I know will speak truth to me). Working with Mark and Ann, and now Alice, is a true blessing with their willingness to experiment, be creative and use their wisdom.
Pastoral Care: I continue to stay aware of those who are in surgery, ill or experiencing challenging personal problems. I always make myself available when someone reaches out to me, and follow up with those who I hear about 2nd or 3rd hand. Yet, with over 300 members, I do need to distinguish between high level emergencies, chronic or low level issues. While this is a judgment made by me, it may not correlate with the member’s perspective, so this approach may backfire.
Supervision of staff: I truly love my staff! The level of commitment and love for MVUC is a strong gift to the whole community. Their experience and willingness to collaborate keeps us moving forward in a loving and supportive way. I am relieved in the current discussion about the budget deficit that no one from lay leadership has suggested staff cuts … yet.
The smooth transition into and out of my sabbatical last year speaks volumes about the level of trust, low anxiety and overall confidence the community has in the staff and their in the community.
Lay leadership/Organizational support: This is an area I previously felt I needed the most growth. I now feel more confident at a time when there is a higher need to be more assertive with lay leaders. The confidence comes from my years of service to MVUC and the subsequent gain in mutual trust. In addition I’ve gained knowledge and skills from class work for my Doctor of Ministry degree.
Communication: I feel very strongly that communication is a constant priority. I encourage it in others, yet I too fail at times to properly follow up or remember to utilize all tools. I also assume too much at times in my haste to keep moving forward. My mind moves quite quickly, which means I need to pause and check in with people to see if we are on the same page, and ready to move forward. I also need to do a better job on checking on who is responsible for what in next steps.
Adult Education: I started the monthly TED Talks two years ago, and this year began the Small Group Theology discussion series. I’ll lead my adult curriculum on death and dying next fall, which was published by the UUA this winter. With these programs, I am at my capacity. I support Ann and the LSG Council in all they do to fill this important niche.
My Continuing Education: I defend my thesis on March 30. Graduation is May 19!!! This has been one of the most valuable experiences in which I’ve ever engaged as a human being. My appreciation to MVUC for fiscal, emotional and time support has been crucial.
- Sampling from the Remarks section of the “360 degree” Assessements
Respondents who had given ratings of 1 (a strong point), 3(needs some improvement) and 4 (an area of notable weakness) were asked to provide additional comments. 1 respondent gave Kate a rating of 3, and 1 gave a rating of 4. Both of these low ratings were in the area “Adult Religious Education. Comments are, by and large, overwhelmingly positive. Future evaluations may want to consider modifying the survey to elicit more “constructive” comments to assist Kate in improving her ministry.
I regard Kate’s work very highly. I think she balances all aspects of her job extremely well.
Very good at public relations with the community and congregation (e.g., active contributor to church Facebook page).
To me, Kate often appears in her interactions with the congregation to usually have the final answers, showing little doubt in her mind about very difficult questions. Is this a good thing, sounding authoritative?
She provides topics for growth of our congregation, for our continued personal education, etc.
She is quick to respond to messages, introduces us to some new ways to communicate (such as Zoom video teleconferencing), she understands the use and limits of various mediums.
I think she knows what is going on in the UU worldwide and regionally, as well as in other religious denominations that helps our congregation’s decision-making.
Rev. Kate prepares interesting and inspiring services on a wide variety of topics fitting with the monthly themes.
In my experience, Rev. Kate works well coordinating with staff. She has helped mobilize staff on several projects I needed help with.
I think Rev. Kate has improved in communication, coming across as warmer.
Rev. Kate’s greatest strength is her ability to stand up to elements of the congregation and not back down. To say no when it’s time to say no.
She is an excellent leader of social justice. Her commitment to the gun violence issue is admirable.
Her weakness is that she needs to do a little more than give lip-service to the fact that we are in an area that serves military and that we expect a little more effort on Veteran’s Day Sunday and Memorial Day Sunday . . . She is not perceived as being particularly patriotic, but maybe our congregation isn’t perceived that way either.
Kate has a very good extemporaneous style; she sometimes get lost in her sermons and listeners have a sense she isn’t exactly sure what she wants to say next. That conveys a sense of immediacy, but at the cost of clarity. Especially at the beginning and end of the sermon, but really throughout, it is better to have a text with the exact turn of phrase the speaker wants to use. With that, you can improvise with a safety net, a safety net for the speakers but also for the congregation.
The vision is broad and accepting of others; sometimes it might be helpful to tie that vision to a clarion call to action. That is not stewardship or contributions. If social justice is our prayer, then the minister needs to lead that in specific cases. For the trip to Richmond to oppose gun violence Kate announced from the pulpit that she was going and other were going and she wanted more to go as well. It struck me that was exceptional. I’m not sure it should be.
In 2012 my wife, Diana, passed away from cancer. During her short illness Kate took the initiative to support Diana and upon her death was most effective in supporting me and my family. Kate led a most rememerable (sic) memorial service.
Couple times I’ve thought Kate might not be very considerate of opinions different from hers (relative to TED talk).
The study and analysis of MVUC’s history I thought was really amazing, and that helps drive her vision of where we can go next into the future.
I am very proud to have Rev. Walker as our minister. She is decisive and committed to the membership’s vision. Kate is very approachable and welcoming to those who come to our congregation. My perception is that she tries to support as many of the church’s activities as possible. I think she comes across as “one of us”, that is, if she weren’t the minister, she would be an active member. But it might help if she played “devil’s advocate” a little bit more in her sermons or activities so she is challenging us a bit more on what we believe and how we work toward living our beliefs. Would also be wonderful if we could clone her so the children could get more time with her. At another UU church I attended, the minister would have a “children’s chapel” periodically so the children could get to know the Minister a little better and worship with the Minister in an age appropriate way. I know that would be very challenging given that Kate is our sole Minister. But I wonder if there are some ways Kate could develop more of a relationship with MVUC youth.
Committee on Ministry: Rob Dickinson, Lisa Gillispie, Evelyn Hewitt, Ben Jesup, Sharon Roberts, and Reverend Kate Walker.
April 2016 Financial Reports
|MT VERNON UNITARIAN CHURCH||7:06 PM|
|As of April 30, 2016||Cash Basis|
|Apr 30, 16|
|1000 · BHBT – Checking Account (00-81270-6)||121,827.83|
|1001 · Building Fund Checking||27,429.53|
|1999 · BHBT – Money Market Account (00-81194-7)||30,487.96|
|Total Current Assets||179,745.32|
|1501 · Assessed Value of Land||2,391,000.00|
|1502 · Assessed Value of Buildings||1,340,240.00|
|1503 · Assessment of Outlot||1,000.00|
|Total Fixed Assets||3,732,240.00|
|1310 · Endowment Fund Assets||916,699.24|
|1320 · Memorial Walks Endowment||50,272.11|
|1330 · Windmill Preservation||66,637.73|
|1360 · Susan B Anthony Investment Fund||11,739.24|
|Total Other Assets||1,045,348.32|
|LIABILITIES & EQUITY|
|Other Current Liabilities|
|2001 · Bldg Funds in OP FUND Check Acc||24,600.28|
|2002 · Bldg Fund in BLDG Ch Acct||27,429.53|
|2003 · Building Loan Balance (Balance of Commons loan)||500,000.00|
|2030 · Due to/from Windmill Fund||-125.17|
|2035 · Due to Memorial Walks||-405.00|
|2060 · Due to Endowment Fund||16,456.98|
|2070 · Due to Minister’s Discretionary||621.63|
|2100 · Short Term Liabilities|
|2160 · SHARED Plate||1,434.19|
|2170 · Special Charity Donation (Not shared plate)||1,881.25|
|2191 · Deposits/Refunds||1,100.00|
|Total Current Liabilities||572,993.69|
|Long Term Liabilities|
|2500 · DESIGNATED FUNDS|
|2501 · YRUU||311.54|
|2502 · RE Course Fees||723.28|
|2503 · RE Events||1,786.47|
|2504 · Music Fund|
|2504-1 · Choir Fund||577.38|
|2504-2 · Music (non-operating fund)||193.53|
|Total 2504 · Music Fund||770.91|
|2505 · Partner Church|
|2505-1 · General||6,971.80|
|2505-2 · Scholarships||4,291.17|
|Total 2505 · Partner Church||11,262.97|
|2507 · Grocery Scrip #2 (When acct is positive, move to FundRaising)||-550.00|
|2510 · Boston Trip||970.12|
|2511 · SBA Designated Gifts||23,046.16|
|2512 · Special Projects – Care Package (College care packages)||152.78|
|2513 · Playground||3,569.10|
|2514 · Social Justice||805.29|
|2518 · Green Sanctuary||1,172.31|
|2519 · Tree/Shrub Renewal (Special landscape contributions)||5,274.36|
|2520 · Property Major Maintenance||28,205.00|
|2530 · Sabbatic Reserve||5,386.31|
|Total 2500 · DESIGNATED FUNDS||82,886.60|
|3101 · Opening Bal Equity||-500,000.00|
|3200 · OTHER FUNDS BALANCES (equals Other Assets)||1,045,348.32|
|3300 · FIXED ASSETS (Assessed value of land and buildings)||3,732,240.00|
|3900 · Operating Fund (Carryover from prior years)||-2,996.53|
|TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY||4,957,333.64|
|MOUNT VERNON UNITARIAN CHURCH|
|Building Fund as of April 30, 2016|
|Balance March 31, 2016||$51,027.04|
|Contributions in April||2,725.00|
|Draft interest 4/1/2016||1,722.23|
|Ending balance as of April 30, 2016||52,029.81|
|Where the Funds Are:|
|Cash in B&H Building Fund Acct||27,429.53|
|Cash in B&H Operating Acct||24,600.28|
|Balance at beginning of current projects (1/1/2012)||$469,021.38||A|
|Total costs to date||$1,561,332.97||B|
|Total contributions/interest since January 2012||$644,341.40||C|
|Borrowed to date||$500,000.00||D|
|Balance Apr 30, 2016||(A-B+C+D)||$52,029.81|
MVUC Asset Accounts 31 March 3026
|Endowment Fund||Memorial Walks UUA Acct|
|Feb 29, 2016 balance||$876,367.62||$40,109.85|
|Change in value||40,331.62||1,845.91|
|Mar 31, 2016 balance||$916,699.24||$41,955.76|
|Memorial Walks BB&T Acct||Windmill Preservation Fund|
|Susan B. Anthony Stock Account||Total|
|MT VERNON UNITARIAN CHURCH||7:24 PM|
|Revenue & Expense Prev Year Comparison||05/02/2016|
|July 2015 through April 2016||Cash Basis|
|Jul ’15 – Apr 16||Jul ’14 – Apr 15||$ Change||% Change|
|4100 · STEWARDSHIP PLEDGES|
|4102 · Stewardship Pledges||381,113.60||377,595.83||3,517.77||0.93%|
|Total 4100 · STEWARDSHIP PLEDGES||381,113.60||377,595.83||3,517.77||0.93%|
|4120 · CONTRIBUTIONS for MVUC only|
|4125 · Donations for Minister Intern||300.00||0.00||300.00||100.0%|
|4120 · CONTRIBUTIONS for MVUC only||8,777.00||10,633.90||-1,856.90||-17.46%|
|Total 4120 · CONTRIBUTIONS for MVUC only||9,077.00||10,633.90||-1,556.90||-14.64%|
|4200 · SHARE CONTRIBUTIONS-MVUC’s 1/2|
|4201 · Donations by Check (Share)||6,480.00||6,017.73||462.27||7.68%|
|4202 · Cash in Basket (Share)||8,537.09||8,202.80||334.29||4.08%|
|Total 4200 · SHARE CONTRIBUTIONS-MVUC’s 1/2||15,017.09||14,220.53||796.56||5.6%|
|4300 · FACILITIES USE & RENTALS|
|4301 · Hollin Hall Apt||4,425.00||3,800.00||625.00||16.45%|
|4302 · AA Group/Hilltoppers||500.00||300.00||200.00||66.67%|
|4306 · Folk Dance||1,078.00||1,063.00||15.00||1.41%|
|4307 · Friday Nighters||1,800.00||1,800.00||0.00||0.0%|
|4308 · Yoga Group||2,085.00||2,050.00||35.00||1.71%|
|4330 · Garden Plots||300.00||350.00||-50.00||-14.29%|
|4340 · FHPS (Preschool)||7,907.00||7,677.00||230.00||3.0%|
|4350 · Other Uses/NET|
|4350-1 · Classes||0.00||315.00||-315.00||-100.0%|
|4350-2 · Meetings,Parties,etc||4,853.38||1,566.19||3,287.19||209.88%|
|4350-3 · Memorial Services||4,770.00||3,175.00||1,595.00||50.24%|
|4350-4 · Recitals, concerts, etc||212.50||225.00||-12.50||-5.56%|
|Total 4350 · Other Uses/NET||9,835.88||5,281.19||4,554.69||86.24%|
|Total 4300 · FACILITIES USE & RENTALS||27,930.88||22,321.19||5,609.69||25.13%|
|4390 · WEDDINGS & RECEPTIONS|
|4390-1 · Rental Fees – Down payment||12,015.00||19,760.75||-7,745.75||-39.2%|
|4390-2 · Rental Fees- Final payment||13,546.25||20,893.25||-7,347.00||-35.16%|
|4390-3 · Additional charges||1,397.50||2,800.00||-1,402.50||-50.09%|
|Total 4390 · WEDDINGS & RECEPTIONS||26,958.75||43,454.00||-16,495.25||-37.96%|
|4400 · FUND RAISING and OTHER INCOME|
|4415 · Services Auction||9,688.88||11,538.89||-1,850.01||-16.03%|
|4420 · Book Sale/NET||8,664.32||8,972.07||-307.75||-3.43%|
|4430 · Profits/Grocery Scrip||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.0%|
|4450 · Amazon||835.10||2,466.64||-1,631.54||-66.14%|
|4465 · Gallery income||270.00||0.00||270.00||100.0%|
|4480 · Rebate Electronic Scrip||24.75||47.23||-22.48||-47.6%|
|Total 4400 · FUND RAISING and OTHER INCOME||19,483.05||23,024.83||-3,541.78||-15.38%|
|4500 · ADMINISTRATIVE INCOME|
|4510 · Interest Earned||75.07||67.15||7.92||11.79%|
|4520 · Miscellaneous||0.00||800.00||-800.00||-100.0%|
|4551 · Stale Check Writeoffs||0.00||516.00||-516.00||-100.0%|
|Total 4500 · ADMINISTRATIVE INCOME||75.07||1,383.15||-1,308.08||-94.57%|
|4600 · Transfers from Internal Resourc|
|4601 · Transfers from Endowment Fund||25,000.00||25,000.00||0.00||0.0%|
|Total 4600 · Transfers from Internal Resourc||25,000.00||25,000.00||0.00||0.0%|
|5000 · WORSHIP PROGRAMS|
|5010 · Sunday Services|
|5010-1 · Honoraria||1,450.00||1,200.00||250.00||20.83%|
|5010-2 · Hospitality – Coffee Hour||210.38||122.37||88.01||71.92%|
|5010-3 · Sunday Service Supplies||216.62||327.19||-110.57||-33.79%|
|5010-4 · Childcare for services||250.00||450.00||-200.00||-44.44%|
|Total 5010 · Sunday Services||2,127.00||2,099.56||27.44||1.31%|
|5020 · Music in Worship|
|5020-1 · Guest Artists||2,385.00||1,700.00||685.00||40.29%|
|5020-2 · Honoraria||200.00||200.00||0.00||0.0%|
|5020-3 · Instrument Care||186.50||1,251.55||-1,065.05||-85.1%|
|5020-4 · Music Library||1,088.24||1,354.91||-266.67||-19.68%|
|5020-5 · Piano/Organ Theme Music||0.00||36.04||-36.04||-100.0%|
|5020-6 · Rehearsal Pianist||523.00||285.00||238.00||83.51%|
|5020-7 · Miscellaneous||549.53||278.51||271.02||97.31%|
|Total 5020 · Music in Worship||4,932.27||5,106.01||-173.74||-3.4%|
|Total 5000 · WORSHIP PROGRAMS||7,059.27||7,205.57||-146.30||-2.03%|
|5100 · RELIGIOUS EDUCATION|
|5100-1 · RE Materials and Supplies||2,784.68||3,358.42||-573.74||-17.08%|
|5100-2 · Training (in-house and other)||985.00||1,625.14||-640.14||-39.39%|
|5100-3 · Child Care||45.00||0.00||45.00||100.0%|
|Total 5100 · RELIGIOUS EDUCATION||3,814.68||4,983.56||-1,168.88||-23.46%|
|5300 · MEMBERSHIP|
|5300-2 · Orientations||48.18||0.00||48.18||100.0%|
|5300-3 · Supplies||390.13||63.00||327.13||519.25%|
|5300-5 · Other membership expenses||406.25||156.25||250.00||160.0%|
|Total 5300 · MEMBERSHIP||844.56||219.25||625.31||285.2%|
|5400 · SOCIAL JUSTICE|
|5400-3 · Voice of Mt. Vernon||150.00||50.00||100.00||200.0%|
|5400-5 · Misc Social Justice||0.00||22.50||-22.50||-100.0%|
|5400-7 · UUSJ Contribution||1,527.75||1,557.75||-30.00||-1.93%|
|Total 5400 · SOCIAL JUSTICE||1,677.75||1,630.25||47.50||2.91%|
|5500 · ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS|
|5501 · Board of Trustees||33.00||0.00||33.00||100.0%|
|5502 · Program Council|
|5502-A · Church meetings/dinners||-158.15||-235.51||77.36||32.85%|
|5502 · Program Council – Other||64.50||78.46||-13.96||-17.79%|
|Total 5502 · Program Council||-93.65||-157.05||63.40||40.37%|
|5504 · Administrator’s expenses||185.69||384.51||-198.82||-51.71%|
|5550 · Personnel Cmte||0.00||61.60||-61.60||-100.0%|
|Total 5500 · ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS||125.04||289.06||-164.02||-56.74%|
|6000 · RENTAL EVENTS EXPENSES|
|6000-1 · Events Coordinator||7,069.00||7,416.51||-347.51||-4.69%|
|6000-2 · Monitoring and Setup||4,810.00||5,292.50||-482.50||-9.12%|
|6000-3 · Administrative Fees||1,442.50||3,289.00||-1,846.50||-56.14%|
|6000-4 · Supplies||525.63||120.00||405.63||338.03%|
|6000-5 · Marketing Events||394.23||495.00||-100.77||-20.36%|
|Total 6000 · RENTAL EVENTS EXPENSES||14,241.36||16,613.01||-2,371.65||-14.28%|
|6100 · OPERATING COSTS|
|6110 · Merchant Fees||1,221.93||1,685.40||-463.47||-27.5%|
|6115 · B&H Bank Charges||16.00||8.00||8.00||100.0%|
|6120 · Computer|
|6120-2 · Software||88.00||1,124.00||-1,036.00||-92.17%|
|6120-3 · Computer consulting||1,592.54||1,224.00||368.54||30.11%|
|6120-4 · Internet Services||99.00||454.78||-355.78||-78.23%|
|6120-5 · Monthly fee||2,544.00||1,859.00||685.00||36.85%|
|6120-6 · Training/ Webinar expense||0.00||499.00||-499.00||-100.0%|
|6120-7 · Computer repair||201.77||429.25||-227.48||-53.0%|
|Total 6120 · Computer||4,525.31||5,590.03||-1,064.72||-19.05%|
|6140 · Fees,Licenses,Permits||175.00||150.00||25.00||16.67%|
|6160 · Furniture repair/replacement||783.32||-80.00||863.32||1,079.15%|
|6170 · Office Equip Repairs||200.00||0.00||200.00||100.0%|
|6180 · Postage & Delivery||1,499.99||2,326.56||-826.57||-35.53%|
|6190 · Copier||6,403.28||5,469.47||933.81||17.07%|
|6199 · Misc. Operating Expenses||0.00||103.07||-103.07||-100.0%|
|Total 6100 · OPERATING COSTS||14,824.83||15,252.53||-427.70||-2.8%|
|6200 · COMMUNICATIONS|
|6200-2 · Newsletter||251.28||741.45||-490.17||-66.11%|
|6200-3 · e-newsletter||200.00||200.00||0.00||0.0%|
|6200-4 · Web Page Support||299.88||412.72||-112.84||-27.34%|
|Total 6200 · COMMUNICATIONS||751.16||1,354.17||-603.01||-44.53%|
|6400 · INSURANCE|
|6400-1 · Commercial Package (81-264703)||5,155.17||5,368.34||-213.17||-3.97%|
|6400-2 · Multi-Peril (02-133992)||900.00||1,000.00||-100.00||-10.0%|
|6400-3 · Worker’s Comp (07-279921)||1,431.50||2,159.00||-727.50||-33.7%|
|Total 6400 · INSURANCE||7,486.67||8,527.34||-1,040.67||-12.2%|
|6600 · DENOMINATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES|
|6600-1 · UUA Fair Share||17,550.00||19,980.00||-2,430.00||-12.16%|
|6600-2 · JPD Fair Share||9,100.00||9,324.00||-224.00||-2.4%|
|Total 6600 · DENOMINATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES||26,650.00||29,304.00||-2,654.00||-9.06%|
|7000 · SUPPLIES|
|7000-1 · Household/Cleaning Supplies||1,304.58||1,209.21||95.37||7.89%|
|7000-2 · Office Supplies||2,866.54||2,597.09||269.45||10.38%|
|7000-3 · Miscellaneous Supplies||62.18||1,240.88||-1,178.70||-94.99%|
|Total 7000 · SUPPLIES||4,233.30||5,047.18||-813.88||-16.13%|
|7200 · PROPERTY MAINTENANCE|
|7210 · Buildings|
|7210-1 · Maintenance & Repairs||4,787.41||3,800.00||987.41||25.98%|
|7210-2 · Building – Labor (1099)||1,065.00||3,037.50||-1,972.50||-64.94%|
|7210-3 · Supplies||2,089.78||3,375.37||-1,285.59||-38.09%|
|7210-4 · Scheduled Maintenance||4,291.00||4,378.90||-87.90||-2.01%|
|Total 7210 · Buildings||12,233.19||14,591.77||-2,358.58||-16.16%|
|7220 · Grounds|
|7220-1 · General Maintenance||1,328.00||0.00||1,328.00||100.0%|
|7220-2 · Grounds – Labor (1099)||2,005.00||500.00||1,505.00||301.0%|
|7220-3 · Supplies for Grounds||1,197.40||1,036.76||160.64||15.49%|
|7220-4 · Tree/ Shrub Maintenance||3,135.00||4,575.00||-1,440.00||-31.48%|
|7220-5 · Lawn Care Contract||14,888.00||14,888.00||0.00||0.0%|
|Total 7220 · Grounds||22,553.40||20,999.76||1,553.64||7.4%|
|7230 · Refuse Removal||3,490.59||3,422.42||68.17||1.99%|
|7240 · Snow Removal||4,025.48||3,414.90||610.58||17.88%|
|Total 7200 · PROPERTY MAINTENANCE||42,302.66||42,428.85||-126.19||-0.3%|
|7300 · UTILITIES|
|7310 · Telephone|
|7310-1 · Cell phone service||250.00||0.00||250.00||100.0%|
|7310-2 · Maintenance and Contracts||2,285.00||750.00||1,535.00||204.67%|
|7310-3 · Telephone Service|
|7310-35 · Telephone service additional||710.80||0.00||710.80||100.0%|
|7310-3 · Telephone Service – Other||3,283.83||3,434.30||-150.47||-4.38%|
|Total 7310-3 · Telephone Service||3,994.63||3,434.30||560.33||16.32%|
|Total 7310 · Telephone||6,529.63||4,184.30||2,345.33||56.05%|
|7320 · Electric|
|7320-1 · Carriage House-9142087502||2,385.35||3,277.07||-891.72||-27.21%|
|7320-2 · Hollin Hall-5471990001||3,433.65||3,623.27||-189.62||-5.23%|
|7320-3 · Meeting House-7902005003||5,533.70||7,526.16||-1,992.46||-26.47%|
|Total 7320 · Electric||11,352.70||14,426.50||-3,073.80||-21.31%|
|7330 · Gas|
|7330-1 · A – Hollin Hall||1,069.70||2,006.85||-937.15||-46.7%|
|7330-2 · B – Meeting House||246.72||267.60||-20.88||-7.8%|
|Total 7330 · Gas||1,316.42||2,274.45||-958.03||-42.12%|
|7350 · Water & Sewer||2,821.57||2,066.14||755.43||36.56%|
|Total 7300 · UTILITIES||22,020.32||22,951.39||-931.07||-4.06%|
|8100 · EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION|
|8105 · Payroll Processing Expense||337.70||315.50||22.20||7.04%|
|8110 · Minister Compensation|
|8110-1 · Salary||47,682.18||49,213.78||-1,531.60||-3.11%|
|8110-2 · Housing||37,493.82||38,699.10||-1,205.28||-3.11%|
|8110-3 · Minister’s in lieu of FICA||5,310.00||5,732.65||-422.65||-7.37%|
|Total 8110 · Minister Compensation||90,486.00||93,645.53||-3,159.53||-3.37%|
|8129 · Temporary Staffing|
|8129-1 · Keyboardist||10,412.00||9,502.00||910.00||9.58%|
|8129-2 · Temporary Staffing General||0.00||4,777.50||-4,777.50||-100.0%|
|8129-3 · Childcare||140.00||500.00||-360.00||-72.0%|
|Total 8129 · Temporary Staffing||10,552.00||14,779.50||-4,227.50||-28.6%|
|8130 · Staff [W2]|
|8130-1 · Church Administrator||43,909.32||45,320.00||-1,410.68||-3.11%|
|8130-10 · Data/Admin Assist||11,678.94||6,075.00||5,603.94||92.25%|
|8130-2 · Custodian||24,585.75||25,423.14||-837.39||-3.29%|
|8130-3 · Director of Music||20,072.01||20,717.18||-645.17||-3.11%|
|8130-4 · Director of RE||38,842.65||40,090.82||-1,248.17||-3.11%|
|8130-5 · Nursery Care-giver||3,055.00||2,991.30||63.70||2.13%|
|8130-6 · Office Manager||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.0%|
|8130-7 · Property Manager||11,742.75||16,847.75||-5,105.00||-30.3%|
|8130-8 · RE Assistant||14,228.31||12,908.06||1,320.25||10.23%|
|8130-9 · Bookkeeper||0.00||3,712.50||-3,712.50||-100.0%|
|8132 · Benefit payout||0.00||2,788.94||-2,788.94||-100.0%|
|Total 8130 · Staff [W2]||168,114.73||176,874.69||-8,759.96||-4.95%|
|Total 8100 · EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION||269,490.43||285,615.22||-16,124.79||-5.65%|
|8200 · PAYROLL TAXES|
|8210 · Medicare Tax||2,478.71||2,603.72||-125.01||-4.8%|
|8220 · Social Security Tax||10,598.64||11,133.12||-534.48||-4.8%|
|Total 8200 · PAYROLL TAXES||13,077.35||13,736.84||-659.49||-4.8%|
|8300 · EMPLOYEE BENEFITS|
|8315 · Insurance – Life & Disability||1,304.65||1,295.93||8.72||0.67%|
|8320 · Health Insurance|
|8320-1 · Director of Music Health Insura||3,922.20||3,471.90||450.30||12.97%|
|8320-3 · Minister’s Health Ins.||6,308.06||5,600.01||708.05||12.64%|
|8320-5 · Custodian||3,662.98||0.00||3,662.98||100.0%|
|Total 8320 · Health Insurance||13,893.24||9,071.91||4,821.33||53.15%|
|8330 · Pension|
|8330-1 · Administrator||4,390.89||4,532.00||-141.11||-3.11%|
|8330-2 · Custodian||2,458.68||1,850.21||608.47||32.89%|
|8330-3 · Director of Music||2,007.18||2,071.72||-64.54||-3.12%|
|8330-4 · DRE||3,884.37||4,009.06||-124.69||-3.11%|
|8330-5 · Minister’s Pension||8,517.60||8,791.20||-273.60||-3.11%|
|Total 8330 · Pension||21,258.72||21,254.19||4.53||0.02%|
|Total 8300 · EMPLOYEE BENEFITS||36,456.61||31,622.03||4,834.58||15.29%|
|8400 · PROFESSIONAL EXPENSES|
|8400-1 · Minister||7,982.33||10,185.32||-2,202.99||-21.63%|
|8400-2 · Director of RE||2,432.51||3,449.75||-1,017.24||-29.49%|
|8400-3 · Music Director||1,947.78||2,411.42||-463.64||-19.23%|
|8400-4 · Church Administrator||375.27||1,415.02||-1,039.75||-73.48%|
|Total 8400 · PROFESSIONAL EXPENSES||12,737.89||17,461.51||-4,723.62||-27.05%|
|9000 · MISCELLANEOUS|
|9001 · Penalties/late fees||0.00||258.28||-258.28||-100.0%|
|Total 9000 · MISCELLANEOUS||0.00||258.28||-258.28||-100.0%|
|Net Ordinary Income||26,861.56||13,133.39||13,728.17||104.53%|
|MT VERNON UNITARIAN CHURCH|
|Revenue and Expense Budget Performance|
|April 2016||FY16 YTD||FY16 Budget||83% of FY|
|4100 · STEWARDSHIP PLEDGES||40,768.47||381,113.60||440,000.00||86.6%|
|4120 · CONTRIBUTIONS for MVUC only||861.00||9,077.00||7,500.00||121.0%|
|4200 · SHARE CONTRIBUTIONS-MVUC’s 1/2||1,374.19||15,017.09||17,500.00||85.8%|
|4300 · FACILITIES USE & RENTALS||2,373.00||27,930.88||26,707.00||104.6%|
|4390 · WEDDINGS & RECEPTIONS||900.00||26,958.75||55,000.00||49.0%|
|4400 · FUND RAISING and OTHER INCOME||418.95||19,483.05||25,500.00||76.4%|
|4500 · ADMINISTRATIVE INCOME||9.40||75.07||100.00||75.1%|
|4600 · Transfers from Internal Resourc||0.00||25,000.00||25,000.00||100.0%|
|5000 · WORSHIP PROGRAMS||656.87||7,059.27||10,800.00||65.4%|
|5100 · RELIGIOUS EDUCATION||359.54||3,814.68||5,550.00||68.7%|
|5300 · MEMBERSHIP||195.80||844.56||1,050.00||80.4%|
|5400 · SOCIAL JUSTICE||0.00||1,677.75||1,880.00||89.2%|
|5500 · ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS||64.50||125.04||1,000.00||12.5%|
|6000 · RENTAL EVENTS EXPENSES||1,086.75||14,241.36||20,750.00||68.6%|
|6100 · OPERATING COSTS||1,063.91||14,824.83||18,625.00||79.6%|
|6200 · COMMUNICATIONS||319.88||751.16||1,500.00||50.1%|
|6400 · INSURANCE||529.92||7,486.67||9,975.00||75.1%|
|6600 · DENOMINATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES||4,225.00||26,650.00||28,600.00||93.2%|
|7000 · SUPPLIES||392.97||4,233.30||5,600.00||75.6%|
|7200 · PROPERTY MAINTENANCE||6,344.91||42,302.66||55,475.00||76.3%|
|7300 · UTILITIES||2,183.77||22,020.32||28,450.00||77.4%|
|8100 · EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION||25,742.37||269,490.43||333,447.00||80.8%|
|8200 · PAYROLL TAXES||1,270.63||13,077.35||15,942.00||82.0%|
|8300 · EMPLOYEE BENEFITS||3,972.09||36,456.61||45,597.96||80.0%|
|8400 · PROFESSIONAL EXPENSES||938.35||12,737.89||19,381.00||65.7%|
|Net Ordinary Income||-2,642.25||26,861.56||-6,315.96|