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Revenue Software 2011-12

The 2011-12 Principal Apportionment Revenue Software is used to collect attendance, tax, and revenue limit data, calculate funding estimations, reconcile values after final apportionment, and forecast future funding data.

Software

Principal Apportionment Revenue Software

Version - 2011-11.01, Posted 28-Nov-2011
For use by county offices of education, school districts, charter schools, and special education local plan areas (SELPAs).

Revenue 2011 v11.01 (Windows 2000, NT4, and XP) Installation File (EXE)

Updates

Assembly Bill (AB) 26 of the First Extraordinary Session (Chapter 5, Statutes of 2011) eliminated Redevelopment Agencies (RDAs) as of October 2011 and reallocates property taxes that were formerly distributed to RDAs to other agencies, including local educational agencies (LEAs). These changes were not incorporated into the Tax Software v2011-11.00.  To avoid issues that could occur with an additional software release, please use the following workaround.

School District Data

Report Excess Revenues that will be allocated from the Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund on Line A-13, which is titled Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund-Redevelopment Agency Remittances (Health and Safety Code Section 34194.1) in the Taxes entry screen. The original purpose of this line was to report allocations to school districts pursuant to AB 27 of the First Extraordinary Session (Chapter 6, Statutes of 2011), which is no longer needed.  The revised purpose of this line is for Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund Excess Revenues (Health and Safety Code Section 34188). Ignore the message that pops up when you click on line A-13.

Continue to report pass-through payments that are considered property taxes for purposes of Revenue Limits, on Line A-12, Community Redevelopment Funds.

County Office of Education Data

Report Excess Revenues that will be allocated from the Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund in the comments section of the Taxes entry screen.

Continue to report pass-through payments that are considered property taxes for purposes of Revenue Limits, on Line A-12, Community Redevelopment Funds.

Revised Deadline

In order to provide additional time for county auditors, the deadline for 2011–12 P2 Tax Data is extended from April 16, 2012 to May 10, 2012.

The deadline for Revenue Limit data and Necessary Small School certification continues to be April 16, 2012.

Documentation

Version Release Notes (DOC)

Download and Installation Guide (DOC)

Principal Apportionment Software User Guide (DOC; 2MB)

Questions: Zandra Black | zblack@cde.ca.gov | 916-324-4547 
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