Q: If a funder does not allow any administration costs, can Part C funds make up a larger portion? A: If the funds are pass through to consumers, they may be treated differently, and you may not be required to
If you weren’t able to attend the financial workshop in Baltimore in May, you may be interested in some of the questions and answers that came in after the first day. Here are a few about Internal Controls: Q: How
Question: How can we pay for an independent financial audit if we have less than $750,000 in Federal funds? Doesn’t Uniform Guidance (what used to be the OMB Circulars) now require an audit for grantees with over $750,000 in Federal
(Taken from the transcript of the SILC Speaks call on April 7, 2016 with Bob Williams and Tim Beatty of the Independent Living Administration within the Administration on Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services.) Pat Pucket: One of
If you borrow money, whether from your bank on a line of credit or from your credit card for expenses, those interest costs cannot be paid with federal dollars. Some interest to finance capital assess may be allowable. The following
The short answer is no, not usually. The longer answer is that “Incentive Compensation” is sometimes allowed. The first rule under the Uniform Grant Guidance is that any expenditure of federal funds must be “reasonable, necessary, allowable and properly allocated“.