At the bottom of your apportionment report is a paragraph that tells you by what percent your original calculation increased or decreased. If the percent change is higher than 15% then the calculation showing above will have been capped at the 15% increase. However, large increases may be an indicator that something was not reported correctly on your Table II. The easiest way to catch a mistake is to compare the current Table II report to the previous year’s report to see what caused the increase in net disbursements. If a number was reported incorrectly, please report it to George Speake, our Conference Statistician, so that corrections can be made.
If you can’t find copies of your previous reports (which are mailed out each July), you can email the Help Desk to request another copy.