The Financial Services Roundtable PAC has a thorough explanation for why they made a mistake on a 2012 filing. Well, except for one small thing - see if you can spot it:
What Happened: Schedule B supporting Line 23 of the
2012 August Monthly Report disclosed four contributions
to candidates for the 2012 Primary election. Unknown to
us, New York had changed their primary date from Sep 11
to Jun 26 and two contributions were made after the new
date had past. The other two were as a result of error on
our part as we had selected Primary instead of General on
the disbursements. What Should Have Happened: The disbursements should
have been made during the correct election period, i.e.,
general 2012. What We Did To Correct Report: Since this error was discovered
more than 60 days after the contributions were received we
have contacted all four of the candidate committee treasurers
via letter and requested refunds of the impermissible contributions.
As we receive the refunds they will be reflected on the monthly
Sneaky New York, moving its primary like that.