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Master of Finance: Essentials of the financial rules in Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe

A sound understanding of the financial rules of the Horizon 2020 Annotated Model Grant Agreement is key for a proper implementation of your research and innovation project.

We will introduce the essentials of finances in H2020/HEU to make sure you get things right from the very beginning.

Climate Change and Environment
Food and Natural Resources
16 June 2020 - 16 June 2020
Budapest, Hungary

This is the first part of our Master of Finance Series, consisting of 3 parts.

2nd part: Master of Finance-Personnel cost calculation in H2020 and Horizon Europe
3rd part: Master of Finance-Third-parties, Subcontractors, and other direct costs in H2020 and Horizon Europe
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Learn all the essentials of the financial rules in Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe: Planning, calculating, reporting, reviewing.

Topics covered:

-How to harmonise national accounting protocols with the H2020/HEU Grant Agreement articles
-Budgeting and planning: Why is it the most crucial part?
-What is a cost reimbursement? What is lump sum financing?
-Actual costs and unit costs? Which one should I choose?
-What makes any cost eligible? How to make them eligible?
-Linking a cost to the project? What makes them direct costs?
-Can I report indirect costs? If not, why not?

At the end of this webinar, you will get a complete picture of the key issues of finances in H2020 and HEU.

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