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WHAT NONPROFITS NEED TO KNOW TO BE REIMBURSED FOR INDIRECT COSTS 05/24/2017
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Learn to apply the cost principles to your organization’s financial reports and learn what you need to determine and obtain an indirect cost rate. Bring your organization’s most recent audit and 990 (that cover the same period) and a copy of any internal policies and procedures for allocating costs to use for more specific hands on training.

5/24/2017
When: May 24, 2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Where: Alliance Rocky Hill Offices
35 Cold Spring Road
Suite 522
Rocky Hill, Connecticut  06067
United States
Presenter: Beth Bowsky, Policy Specialist - Government & Nonprofit Contracting, National Council of Nonprofits
Contact: Odessa Lopez
860-525-5080 x1020


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What Nonprofits Need to Know to Be Reimbursed for Indirect Costs

 

Spend the morning learning to apply the cost principles to your organization’s financial reports while also discovering what you need to determine and obtain an indirect cost rate. Bring your organization’s most recent audit and 990 (that cover the same period) and a copy of any internal policies and procedures for allocating costs to use for more specific hands on training in the afternoon.

 

Afternoon Workshop Highlights will cover the following:

  • Determine if you are classifying and allocating costs the best way for your organization and in compliance with the Uniform Guidance
  • Identify and develop the information and materials needed to apply for an indirect cost rate
  • How to negotiate your indirect cost rate              

 

Workshop Presenter:

Beth Bowsky is the Policy Specialist for Government-Nonprofit Contracting, a role in which she combines her unique blend of nonprofit and government experience to manage the National Council of Nonprofits’ multi-year and multi-faceted program to promote fairer and simpler contracting processes and procedures across the country. She is responsible for mobilizing advocacy efforts through broadening public support for needed policy changes in government-nonprofit contracting processes, publishing reports on best practices and solutions, managing the work of a panel of experts, and expanding a centralized public website for practitioners and researchers.

 

Fees: $80 members | $120 nonmembers

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