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Master of Finance-Personnel Cost calculation in H2020 and Horizon Europe

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

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23 June 2020 - 23 June 2020
Budapest, Hungary
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*How to turn the salary costs into an eligible hourly rate?
*What’s the difference between financial year-, and monthly-based calculation?
*Which one should you choose?
*Additional remuneration or bonuses?
*Employees or consultants?

Find all the answers while taking part in Part 2 of our Finance Master series!

Topics covered:

-Who and when can be charged to the project?
-Actual or unit-based personnel costs calculation – so what?
-Identifying eligible salary costs
-Calculation routes – monthly or yearly?
-Productive hours – should I accept 1720?
-Freelancers and temporary employees
-Secondment – what is the added value?
-What makes a timesheet bulletproof?

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Horizon 2020, H2020, Horizon Europe, H2020 financial management, project management, EU project, financial management, Grant Agreement, personnel cost