The impact to the 10% De Minimis Rate during COVID-19
4/21/2020 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (CT)
Type: Live Webinar
CPE Credits: 1.5
Seats Remaining: 0
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Training Seminar Outline
Advanced Preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
CPE*: 1.5 credit(s)
The Uniform Guidance gave nonfederal entities a new method of charging indirect and certain administrative costs to grants using a 10% de minimis indirect cost rate. This session is for nonfederal entities that currently utilize the 10% de minimis option, are thinking of implementing it or have subrecipients that use a 10% de minimis rate. We will discuss how an influx of new funding can impact this rate and what it means for an agency.
- Review implementation of a 10% de minimis rate.
- Discuss the differences in how funding sources are calculating modified total direct costs (MTDC).
- Be aware of potential challenges and benefits as a result of implementing a 10% de minimis rate.
Registration Fee: $145 per connection
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Notice of cancellation must be received 24 hours prior to start time of the webinar for a full refund of registration fees. If Wipfli cancels the webinar, you will be notified 24 hours prior to the webinar via email. All registration fees will be refunded. For questions or concerns, please call 888.876.4992.
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