Different types of University budgets may receive revenue through Journal Vouchers (JVs) issued from central UW budgets (such as student lab fees), through Internal Sales Documents (ISDs) issued to other University budgets, or through invoices issued by Student Fiscal Services (SFS) or the charging unit providing the goods and services. Revenue receiving budgets must charge sales tax for the sale of goods and services where appropriate.
Types of Revenue Receiving Budgets:
(With Definitions/Examples/Budget Numbers)
Service and Recharge Center Budgets:
The million dollar difference: Service Centers charge more than $175,000 annually to federally sponsored programs OR more than $1,000,000 in total charges. Recharge Centers charge less than $175,000 annually to federally sponsored programs AND less than $1,000,000 in total charges.
Auxiliary Activity Budgets:
Revenue and expenses associated with auxiliary activities of an enterprise nature such as parking, housing, and food services. (Examples:14-XXXX, 15-XXXX)
Departmental Revenue Budgets
Students or Outsiders (Course Fees, Extension Credit Fees, Dept Auxiliary Activities, Visitor expenses. Examples 02-96XX, 06-93XX, 09-98XX, etc.)
Program Income Budgets
Agency Budgets (Journals, Keys, Example: 38-XXXX)
Budget Development: What kind of budget do you need?
- Reimbursable Budget Types
Sales of Goods and Services
UW Administrative Policy Statement for sale of goods and services for fees.