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Non-Capital Equipment:

Discussion: Equipment having an acquisition cost or donated value of greater than or equal to $1,000, but less than the $5,000 capital threshold, and with a useful life in excess of one year. Examples include, but are not limited to, photographic equipment, computers, printers, scanners, etc.

| Non Capital Equipment Policy 3-041 | Retirement/Transfer Form | Non-Capital Inventory Form | Non-Capital Inventory Instructions | Basic Inventory Information | Off Campus Authorization Form | Ask Us Property |
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Non-Conventional Lodging:

Discussion: University business travelers may choose to stay with friends and family when on University travel, and may be reimbursed $20 per day when they choose this option. It may be appropriate for the University Traveler to use this allowance to purchase a token gift to the host family, but receipts for the gift itself will not be considered an allowable expense. Travelers may also be reimbursed $20 per day when camping as part of University research travel.

| Travel Policy 3-030 | Schedule of Allowable Rates | Travel Services Training | Ask Us Travel |
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Non-Personal Services Expenses:

Discussion: Account ranges differ somewhat for each Business Unit, as follows:

  • BU 01 and BU 04: 60000 – 89901
  • BU 02 and BU 03: 60000 – 68900
  • BU 05: 60500 – 70092

| BU 01 and 04 Chart of Accounts | Ask Us General Accounting |
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Non-Resident Alien Employees or Traineeship Recipients:

Discussion: Nonresident alien employees, or scholarships/ fellowships recipients need to make an appointment with Tax Services in order to complete their required tax paperwork. Please call (801) 581-5414 to make an appointment. The nonresident alien will need to bring the following to the appointment: social security number, passport, and visa.

| Ask Us Tax Services |
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Non-Resident Alien Payments:

Discussion: Nonresident alien employees, or recipients of either scholarships or fellowships need to make an appointment with Tax Services in order to complete their required tax paperwork. Please call (801) 581-5414 to make an appointment. The nonresident alien will need to bring the following to the appointment: social security number, passport, and visa. Do not make an appointment until you have your social security number.

| NRA Info Employees | NRA Info Traineeship Recipients | NRA Info Visitors | NRA Tuition Waivers | University Payment & Reimbursement of Green Card Fees for Employees | Honorarium Certification of Academic Activity | NRA Data Collection Form | Ask Us Tax Services |
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Non-Resident Short Term Visitor Payments:

Discussion: This includes payments to Guest Lecturers, Consultants, Independent Contractors and Honorariums. These require additional paperwork along with copies of their passports and visas. We may be required to withhold 30% from their payment unless they meet the criteria to apply a tax treaty. Please contact Tax Services for more information, (801) 581-5414.

| NRA Info Employees | NRA Info Traineeship Recipients | NRA Info Visitors | NRA Tuition Waivers | University Payment & Reimbursement of Green Card Fees for Employees | Honorarium Certification of Academic Activity | NRA Data Collection Form | Ask Us Tax Services |

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Notice of Intent to Fabricate Form:

Discussion: This form is completed by Principal Investigators to request approval for the fabrication of a capital asset.

| Notice of Intent to Fabricate Form | Policy 3-040 Property | Ask Us Property Accounting |
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