2014 apportionments due Jan. 16

Apportionment payments for 2014 must be received either at the Conference office or in the lockbox at Regions Bank by Friday, Jan. 16, 2015.

This is not a postmarked by date but is the last day by which monies must be received in the Conference or our bank lockbox to be included in 2014 apportionments receipts.  Any payments received after that date will be applied to 2015 apportionments.  Any payments received between Jan. 1 and Jan. 16 must be clearly marked as to which year they are to be applied.

All apportionment payments should be accompanied by a completed Remittance Report.
The Remittance Report is located on our website at www.flumc.org:
Click on the “Administration” tab
Select “Financial Services” from the list
Click on “2014 Apportionment Giving Report Forms”
Select one of the two versions of the Giving Report listed at the bottom of the page
Complete the Remittance Form with the following information:
Church name
GCFA number
Preparer contact information
Allocation amounts for each fund
Any amounts due for Ministry Protection and Health and Benefits at the end of the year will continue to show as outstanding on your statement in 2015.  To ensure proper processing of these payments and avoid errors, payments should contain the following information on the check, check stub or statement:
Church name
GCFA number
Invoice number (include all letters and any 0s)
Allocation amounts for each invoice
Also take note of the billing address for each of these types of payments.  The last four numbers after the ZIP code are different for each and important to include to ensure your payment is processed properly.
To be included in the Florida Annual Conference “Report of 100% Churches,” 100 percent of 2014 apportionments must be received by Jan. 16, 2015, and all outstanding Ministry Protection and Health and Benefits obligations must be received by Dec. 31, 2014. 

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