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Closing Out the Year in Skyward: School Business Suite Edition

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Closing Out the Year in Skyward: Business Edition


School Business Suite closeout items and tips are divided into two sections: finance and human resources. These sections are further split into three categories: what you can do in preparation for the year-end, year-end processes themselves, and what to do after the process is complete.
 
Please note: this checklist includes only general considerations. It is important to be aware of any specific processes that are run for your state. You may want to access our online documentation for Financial Management, Account Management, Year End, and Fiscal Year End Processes to reference additional items to consider in preparation for year end and state-specific items.


 

 
Finance Checklist
 
Finance Checklist
 

 

 
+ Inventory
/1
 

 

 

 



Human Resources Checklist
 



Human Resources Checklist
 
+ Payroll
/5
 

 

 
+ Time Off
/1
 

 

 

 

 
+ TrueTime
/1
 

 
+ Fast Track
/1
 

 

 

 

 



We hope these checklists will help you simplify your year-end processing. You can also check out SkyDoc for detailed documentation about each of these procedures. If you need further assistance, reach out to us. We are always just a phone call (or a click) away.



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