T1, T2 and Other Things, Too
Thu, Nov 9, 2017 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

In this webinar we will discuss the Cash Management rules that became effective on July 1, 2016, and provide refreshers on long-standing cash management provisions, including those related to late disbursements, credit balances and student authorizations.
 

NOTE: To register for this event, you MUST be a current member with an ending membership date of 11/15/2018, or complete a 2017-2018 membership application. You can complete and pay for the membership application prior to registering by Clicking Here. Or, you will be taken to the membership application during the webinar registration process.


Instructions:
  • This is a multi-part registration and is not complete until you reach the final invoice page.

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Webinar - 11/9/17 - Registration - Part 1
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