Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS)
December 2, 2003
Bookkeeping PowerPoint presentations now available on The Department of Labor's Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) Web site.
The Office of Labor-Management Standards has created three PowerPoint presentations that demonstrate three possible bookkeeping methodologies that might provide some insight as to how unions may want to set up their various accounts to conform to the revised Form LM-2. The presentations are now available for download from: http://www.dol.gov/olms/regs/compliance/LM2ppt.htm
The presentations demonstrate how the methodologies could be implemented using MS Money, Peachtree, and Quicken. (We will add a QuickBooks presentation shortly.) The Department of Labor is not endorsing or recommending these accounting software packages. Each was chosen because they are commonly used commercial-off-the-shelf packages that are widely available. The presentations describe the process of allocating receipts and disbursements.
Bookkeeping with MS Money (no audio - PowerPoint Show (pps) format - 1.08 MB)
Bookkeeping with Peachtree (no audio - PowerPoint Show (pps) format - 868 KB)
Bookkeeping with Quicken (no audio - PowerPoint Show (pps) format - 0.99 MB)
And if you missed our last OLMS News... PowerPoint presentations on the revised Form LM-2 and new Form T-1 are now available on the Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) Web site.
The following PowerPoint presentations are available for download from: http://www.dol.gov/olms/regs/compliance/LM2ppt.htm
- Form LM-2 with audio
- Form LM-2 without audio
- Form T-1 with audio
- Form T-1 without audio
- Bookkeeping for Form LM-2 with audio
- Bookkeeping for Form LM-2 without audio
The presentations with audio are extremely large and are only recommended for users with a high speed Internet connection. The are compressed zip files and the presentations must be extracted before use.
The presentation without audio are not zipped and may be viewed in their current format (PowerPoint Show --.pps) after download.
Don't forget to bookmark the OLMS Web site at http://www.olms.dol.gov for the latest information!
Last Updated: 12/04/03