nutterb wrote:I also was locked out of the finances, which is most inconvenient for me. I wasn't able to get to the church on Sunday due to delayed travel plans, and my assistant wasn't there either. The end result is I don't have the reports I was supposed to print off on Sunday.
It would have been nice if we were only locked out of the places we can make modifications, but still allowed to access the read-only parts of the MLS finances. But perhaps that was too difficult to implement. Oh, well, it is what it is at this point.
nutterb wrote:Now, to go down a tangent, would I be able to reconstruct the necessary reports from the latest CUFS and accounting for any financial transmissions since the beginning of October. I have all of those records on paper, and I only have one subcategory in Ward Missionary carrying a balance and one subcategory in Other carrying a balance.
It's truly inconvenient to do it this way, but are there any other things in my reasoning I'll need to take into consideration to make a proper comparison?
The reason we were supposed to print the reports is so that we can compare the state of MLS before the transition with its state after the transition. But hopefully the transition will go well and so there won't be any differences. The main point was to compare what is in MLS, not the CUFS, but I suppose that if you were reconciled as of the end of September, the state of MLS should be close to what is on the CUFS. The CUFS doesn't know anything about individual subcategories, but for the major categories you should be in good shape with your proposed strategy.