Money

Form 990s

Form 990 is an annual reporting return that certain federally tax-exempt organizations must file with the IRS. It provides information on the filing organization’s mission, programs, and finances. [1]  Basically, as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, we’re required to file this form with a lot of public financial information every fiscal year.  Fiscal years at RPI run from approximately July 1st of year n to June 31st of year n+1 (for FY n).  This means that currently, we’re in FY 2011, which goes from July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012. These forms are complicated, but there is a lot of information in Form 990s.

FY01 (July 01 – June 02)
FY02 (July 02 – June 03)
FY03 (July 03 – June 04)
FY04 (July 04 – June 05)
FY05 (July 05 – June 06)
FY06 (July 06 – June 07)
FY07 (July 07 – June 08)
FY08 (July 08 – June 09)
FY09 (July 09 – June 10)
FY10 (July 10 – June 11) (Not out yet…)

Debt & Deficit

Tuition

We went up in some rankings… Most expensive.

Credit Rating

Endowment Spending

Institute Advancement Campaigns

Dr. Jackson’s salary, house, car, guards, etc.

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3 thoughts on “Money

  1. Dan Hakimi says:

    Oh, hey, you guys know that the form 990’s exist! Yay!

  2. Jon S. says:

    Just a point of information to help-

    Your statement about the way Fiscal Years work is incorrect. Fiscal Year N runs from July 1st of (N-1) to June 30th of N. This is uniform across the Institute; I’m not sure where you got your information, but I am positive of this.

    The confusion might arise in the tax form year. Fiscal Year 2010, for example, is filed on the 2009 tax form because it started in 2009 and did not end at the end of the calender year 2010.

    Hope this helps…

  3. Nathan P says:

    I like how Shirley’s salary jumps from 401,000 in the 2001 form to 1,192,000 in the 2009 form – and her hours jump from 40 to an alleged 70 hours a week?

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