ATC Invoice for Presentation of a Workshop
- To calculate the income generated by your workshop, multiply the number of participants by the dollar amount charged for your workshop. For example, if you had 10 attendees and charged $35.00, your workshop generated $350.00.
- Next, calculate the total amount of your expenses. Compile your receipts; list these totals on the invoice in the expenses column. Let's say you spent $100.00 on printing, office supplies, and food. Your expenses=$100.00. This means that the sum total of your profit is $250.00.
- Thus, Income or A ($350.00) minus Expenses or B ($100.00) = $250.00. You will use this number to generate the amount you will be receiving as your trainer fee.
- The trainer fee (the check you will receive from the ATC) is equal to 75% of C = (so $250.00 x 75%)
- The remainder of the $250.00 (or 25% of the total) is kept by the ATC for administrative expenses.
Notes and instructions about money:
- Each state has a state committee and treasurer. The checks, receipts and invoice should be sent in at one time to the treasurer along with your contact information.
- As you spend money on the workshop, maintain a file of receipts. It is important to have itemized receipts that are for workshops materials and workshop materials alone. Keep a copy of each receipt for your files but send the original in along with your invoice.
- Maintain a list of attendees and the check numbers (noting amounts) as they send in the registration forms and money. Send this in with your invoice.