Cash Transfers

Transfers

Cash Transfers

 

Cash Transfer vs BJE:

When do you do a Cash Transfer versus a Budget Journal Entry (BJE)

  • A cash journal is used to move funds from a fund 10 to 20, 20 to 20, 72 to 10, 2X to 2X, etc. (*restrictions apply, please use the link below.)
  • All cash transfers are created and approved by the Accounting Office. For requests please see contact information below.
  • A BJE is used when moving from a fund 10 to a fund 10, because these FOPPS are only budget driven.
  • BJE's can be created by individual departments with all approvals of BJE's done by the Budget Office.
    • The only time a cash journal is used for grants is moving the residuals of a fixed price to a fund 26. Please contact Sponsored Projects before doing a cash transfer on a grant. 
    • Strict restrictions are set on fund 34's.

For questions about cash transfer please contact:

acctfinc@uccs.edu

Cash Transfer Journal Entries must comply with the University's Fund Transfer Rules identifying which funds can transfer cash between each other.

For information see the Office of University Controller website:

Cash Transfer Journal Entries

Download the Fund Transfer Rules below:

Fund Transfer Rules

 

Updated 11/18/21