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Liquidating fund

This intensive 2.5 day course focuses on primary financial activities, providing a strong foundation for new customers and a broad understanding for more experienced customers.

Treasury's creation of the program was intended to enhance market confidence and alleviate investors' concerns about the ability of money market funds to absorb a loss.

Course Level: Basic Instructional Method: Group Live Recommended CPE Credits: 20 Two and One-Half Day Class This intensive 2.5 day course focuses on primary financial activities, providing a strong foundation for new customers and a broad understanding for more experienced customers.

You will learn core features of the general ledger, accounts payable, bank reconciliation, budget, and reporting modules.

You will also learn how to use the powerful built-in reporting tools to create reports and perform analysis. Course Level: Intermediate Prerequisites: None Instructional Method: Group Live Two-Day Class Building on the topics discussed in the Core Accounting workshop, this advanced 2-day course is ideal for Controllers or Chief Financial Officers responsible for high level administrative tasks and advanced financial reporting. This specialized 1.5-day workshop will provide new and experienced payroll professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to avoid costly errors.

Topics discussed in this course include: accounting administration, general ledger, and general reporting, a deep dive into financial statements, and advanced financial statement features, and fiscal year closing activities. In this course you will learn all facets of setting up payroll to meet your organization's and employees' needs.

These included awaiting implementation of the Reserve's liquidation and distribution plan, liquidating other investments, or arranging for a loan from their broker (which might require signing a margin agreement).

We also stated that each of these choices had consequences that investors should carefully consider before acting.

If you have questions, be sure to contact your brokerage firm—or the fund company if you purchased your shares directly.