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Updated Information on Fringe Benefit Rates on Proposals
By Dr. Whittenburg (on 3/17/2011 @ 10:40:21, in Important, read 1852 times)
Benefits should be calculated on all regular employees of the University, including postdoctoral research associates and intermittent employees and included in the budget on all proposals. Benefits are not calculated on graduate assistants or student workers. The fringe benefit rate is never negotiable. The currently approved fringe rate is 32% for regular employees, and 8.2% for intermittent wage employees. This rate will be used for all awards dated July 1, 2009 or later. The fringe benefit rate is anticipated to be 34% effective July 1, 2011. Please use 34% for full time employees on all proposal budgets. You should continue to include a 1% fringe increase for full time employees in your annual budgets for future fiscal years. UNO has requested and anticipates that the fringe benefit rate for intermittent employees will remain at 8.2%. UNO is required to submit a Fringe Benefit Rate (s) proposal to DHHS on an annual basis. Accordingly, and in light of current and anticipated increases in the employer contributions to the different retirement systems, PIs may expect additional changes in future rates applicable to sponsored programs.
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