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Indirect Costs: Keys to Avoiding Assignment Mistakes Audio Conference Recording Price: 199.00 (U.S. Dollars)
Classifying indirect costs is a confusing task and it is critical that proper determinations are made. Improper classification of indirect costs can result in adverse audit findings and corrective action. What can be done to avoid mistakes when assigning indirect costs? Join us for this 60-minute audio conference where you and your colleagues will learn:
- Direct vs. indirect costs: Keys to making proper classifications
- Strategies for making appropriate decisions when classifying indirect costs
- The common pitfalls regarding indirect costs and how to avoid them
- Keys to avoiding mistakes when making indirect cost determinations
This 60-minute audio conference will provide you and your colleagues with the proper guidance to make the best decisions when assigning indirect costs.
- Assigning Indirect Costs: Avoiding Costly Mistakes
- How indirect cost rates are established
- Which costs should never be classified as indirect?
- Keys to properly classifying salaries and wages
- Strategies for Properly Assigning Indirect Costs
- Key issues with fringe benefits: What you need to know
- What to do when a direct measure does not exist
- Universal rules that apply to all grantees
- Indirect Cost Determinations: Common Pitfalls & How to Avoid Them
- Methods for improving consistency when assigning indirect costs
- What grantees need to include in indirect cost proposals
- Real world examples of the most common slip-ups
- Live question and answer session - Have your specific questions answered
Mark Mitchell, CIA, CGFM is the Director of Internal Audit at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).
- He has been an internal audit executive for over 13 years. Twelve of those years have been within New York state government, including the state Department of Labor, and two years as the Director of KPMG's internal audit practice in Albany.
- Mark served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Albany chapter of the AGA for several years and was the Chapter's President during 2001-2002.
- He currently serves as the President-elect of the New York State Internal Control Association (NYSICA).
- In 2005, on behalf of NYSICA, he wrote the Association's response to the Comptroller's exposure draft of the revised Standards for Internal Control in New York State Government.
- He is also the Chair of the IIA's Albany Chapter Research Foundation and is a Research Foundation associate with the IIA.
- He has also served on numerous New York State interagency task forces, including the Internal Control Task Force, and has taught and spoken about internal controls, internal auditing and financial management throughout the U.S.
This program is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba.org
Program Level: Intermediate
Advance preparation: No prerequisites
The speaker's PowerPoint presentation slides are included with your audio recording purchase. All materials are accessible through the Internet and can be downloaded as a PDF file.
$199.00 for audio conference recording (CD or DVD) and program materials.
This is an outstanding program and therefore we offer purchasers a Money Back Guarantee. We are so confident that you will find the conference valuable that we offer a 100% money back guarantee from now until 30 days after the audio recording is shipped, making this a risk-free investment. Audio recordings will be received approximately three weeks after the live conference.