Student Success Fee Payables Process Student Workshop Presented By: Accounts Payable Department Agenda Permitted Expenditures Expenditures NOT Permitted
Payment Options Payment to Individuals SSF ARP Permitted Expenditures Supplies and Services Communication and Printing Travel - Food and Lodging - Mileage -Use of Private Vehicles -Other Forms of Travel Guest/Special Lectures - Domestic Guest/Special Lecturer - Foreign Guest/Special Lecturer
- CSU Guest/Special Lecturer Supplies and Services Supplies are defined as consumable office and/or project materials Services are defined as charges for such items as machine maintenance, equipment rental, or contracts for specialized services such as music arranging or design services. Communication and Printing Communication and Printing consists of: Telephone Postage
Copying Printing costs Travel Travel is defined as transportation, lodging, registration, meals etc. when traveling for the University. Meals and Lodging: Meals and lodging expenses are covered by the $110 per diem allowance per student, per 24 hour period -$30/day maximum for meals -$80/day maximum for lodging Meal receipts are not required to be submitted to Accounts Payable, but if submitted it must include a detailed list of items purchased. All lodging receipts are required with a lists of all occupants who stayed in the room.
Travel Continued Mileage: Vehicle mileage reimbursement is not to exceed the cost of a reasonable round trip fare. Mileage reimbursement will be based on the most current IRS rate. - Currently for 2018 the IRS rate is 54.5 cents per mile Use of Private Vehicles: The University assumes no responsibility for individuals operating private vehicles. Insurance costs to the individual are considered to be part of the mileage reimbursement. The State of California form, Authorization to Use Privately Owned Vehicles on State Business (Std. 261) must be signed by each driver before transporting passengers in a privately owned vehicle on an SSF ARP activity. This form certifies that the driver - Holds a valid California drivers license
- Is covered by liability insurance - Will observe safety standards. Guest Lecturers Guest/Special Lecturers are defined as those given by non-campus speakers that speak at SSF events. Guest/Special Lecturers are defined as either domestic or foreign based upon their residency status or CSU if coming from another CSU campus. Payments to Non-individuals (entities) for guest/lecturer services can also be made using SSF ARP funds. Expenditures NOT Permitted
Food Entertainment (i.e. refreshments, gifts, awards, incentives, hospitality table, etc.) Department recruitment costs when a candidate is asked to give a lecture Direct costs to the educational program that should be paid by instructional funds Expenses directly related to offering a course Equipment -Equipment is defined as non-consumable. Purchase of equipment that is integrally related to the Academic Related Program may be considered in exceptional cases and must be included in the approved budget for the SSF ARP -All equipment purchased with SSF ARP funds is University property and must be accounted for according to the University asset management policy
Per diem costs for Program Advisor travel Grant in Aid of any kind (i.e. scholarships, grants, study abroad or stipends Payment Options/Methods Purchase Orders Direct Payments to Vendors for Goods
Reimbursement to Individual for Goods Advance to Individual for Goods Guest Lecturers (Domestic, Foreign & CSU) Pre-Travel (Forms required & Advances) Post-Travel (Forms required & Reimbursement) Purchase Orders When a Purchase Order is Required All services, with the exception of guest/special lecturer services Goods over $4,999.99 Any item with a hard drive How to get a Purchase Order Paid Department creates a PO through the requisition process Supplier submits invoice referencing the PO to Accounts Payable
Payment is made directly to the supplier once services are completed and/ or goods are received Due to the unique nature of SSF ARP and the high degree of student involvement, it is recognized that the normal processes of requisitioning in advance may not always be viable. Therefore, the reimbursement and advance options are available Direct Payments to Vendors for Goods When a Direct Payment Can Be Used Goods under $4,999.99 Items without a hard drive How to get a Direct Payment Paid Department/Student(s) make arrangements with the supplier to direct bill the University for the goods
Supplier submits invoice to the department Department completes the Direct Payment Request Form - Must follow the departmental FAH delegation of approval authority - Attach the invoice to the Direct Payment Request Form and submit to Accounts Payable for processing Payment is made directly to the supplier Reimbursement to an Individual for Goods When a Reimbursement to an Individual Can Be Made When a purchase must be made out of pocket for goods, a reimbursement may be made to that individual. How to get a Reimbursement to an Individual Paid
Individual completes the Direct Payment Request Form with their self as the payee. Approval of the reimbursement must follow the departmental FAH delegation of approval authority. Attach original and itemized receipts to the approved Direct Payment Request Form and submits to Accounts Payable for processing. Payment is made directly to the individual and mailed to the address listed on the form, if the reimbursement is made to a University employee the payment will be mailed to the address on file in PeopleSoft Please see the IRA/SSF ARP Project/Activity Checklist for additional information. Cash Advance to an Individual for Goods & the Reconciliation Process When a Cash Advance to an Individual for Goods Can Be Made
When the exact amount needed is unknown. How to get a Cash Advance to an Individual for Goods Individual completes the Direct Payment Request Form with their self as the payee and selecting the Student Non-Travel Advance (SSF/IRA) as the Type Approval of the advance must follow the departmental FAH delegation of approval authority. Submit to Accounts Payable for processing Payment is made directly to the individual and mailed to the address listed on the form. NOTE: Advances MUST be paid back or receipts must be provided within two weeks of when the funds are received. How to Reconcile a Cash Advance to an Individual for Goods Attach original and itemized receipts to the IRA/SSF ARP Cash Advance Summary Report and submits to Accounts Payable for processing. Any unused funds must be paid back with a check made payable to San Diego State University and attached to the IRA/SSF ARP Cash Advance Summary Report
Domestic Guest/Special Lecturer How to get a Domestic Guest/Special Lecturer Paid Department or Individual completes the Guest/Special Lecturer Payment Request Form-Domestic Payment must be inclusive of all travel costs Approval of the Guest/Special Lecturer form must follow the departmental FAH delegation of approval authority. Copy of the flyer, bulletin or brochure referencing the SSF ARP event must be attached to the Guest/Special Lecturer form and submitted to Accounts Payable for processing. Notes Regarding Domestic Guest/Special Lecturer No students or active SDSU faculty or staff can be paid using SSF ARP funds If the lecturer is a CA nonresident, payment may be subject to CA tax withholding of 7% for accumulative payments over $1,500 in the calendar year
All Domestic Guest/Special Lecturers payments are reportable income (1099) No payments will issued until a completed Supplier Information Form is on file with Accounts Payable Foreign Guest/Special Lecturer How to get a Foreign Guest/Special Lecturer Paid Department or Individual completes the Guest/Special Lecturer Payment Request Form-Foreign Approval of the Guest/Special Lecturer form must follow the departmental FAH delegation of approval authority Copy of the flyer, bulletin or brochure referencing the SSF ARP event must be attached to the Guest/Special Lecturer form and submitted to Accounts Payable for processing Notes Regarding Foreign Guest/Special Lecturer
No students or active SDSU faculty or staff can be paid using SSF ARP funds All payments to a foreign guest/special lecturer will be routed to the University Tax Analyst for a tax analysis based on their residency status Payment may be subject to CA tax withholding of 30% or more based on their residency status No payments will be issued until a completed Supplier Information Form and W-8BEN are on file CSU Guest/Special Lecturer How to get a CSU Guest/Special Lecturer Paid Department or Individual completes the Guest/Special Lecturer Payment Request Form- CSU Approval of the Guest/Special Lecturer form must follow the departmental FAH delegation of approval authority
Copy of the flyer, bulletin or brochure must be attached to the Guest/Special Lecturer form and submitted to Accounts Payable for processing Accounts Payable then emails a copy of the approved Guest/Special Lecturer form to the Accounting department of the CSU lecturers Home campus for a CPO to be initiated Note Regarding CSU Guest/Special Lecturer Honorarium payments cannot be made to an employee from another CSU campus from the SDSU Accounts Payable office for tax purposes Accounts Payable will initiate the request to the Home campus but then has to wait for the other campus to start the payment process through their payroll departmentTHIS PROCESS CAN TAKE SOME TIME Student Pre-Travel (Forms required & Advances) A completed, IRA/SSF ARP Student Travel Authorization form must be signed by the
Traveler, Program Advisor and the Dean or Designee and submitted to Accounts Payable -This form will indicate to Accounts Payable if a Travel Advance or Direct Payment is needed A completed, signed and dated Release of Liability form must be kept on file in the department A current, signed and completed Authorization to Use Privately Owned Vehicle on State Business form must be on file in the department A completed, Foreign Travel Insurance form must be completed and submitted to Nancy Demich (619-594-5937) in the office of Risk Management-FOREIGN TRAVEL ONLY Office of International Programs (OIP, 619-594-0938) must be advised of the trip and any forms or approvals required by OIP must be completed or obtained- FOREIGN TRAVEL ONLY For a detailed description of the process, please see the IRA/SSF ARP Student Travel Checklist
Student Post-Travel (Forms required & Reimbursements) A completed Travel Expense Claim form must be submitted to Accounts Payable for processing within 60 days of the last date of travel (within two weeks if a travel advance was given) -Any Direct Payments or Advances must be listed on the form in the appropriate column -Mileage reimbursement request must be supported by a standard highway mileage guide such as MapQuest -Original and itemized receipts must be attached to reimbursement request. For a detailed description of the process, please see the IRA/SSF ARP Student Travel Checklist
support Payment to Individuals CSU Employees: Payment for services must be processed through the individuals home campus payroll department SDSU Students, Faculty & Staff: May NOT be paid for services from SSF ARP funds Avoid a Conflict of Interest or Appearance of one: Anyone who can influence a financial decision (ex. deciding who to hire for a Guest Lecturer service) cannot hire a family member or anyone that would have a direct benefit to the person making the decision
Contact Information General Assistance : Accounts Payable (A/P) Main Line: 619-594-0894 Email: [email protected] Travel Questions: (Lance Greenzweig & Kathy Echols) Lances Direct Line: 619-594-4059 Lances Email: [email protected] Kathys Direct Line 619-594-4183 Kathys Email: [email protected] Candice Cooper (A/P Manager) Direct Line: 619-594-5246 Email: [email protected] Carin Graves (Rancho San Diego Travel)
Main Line: 619-670-7425 Email: [email protected] SSF ARP policy, forms and checklist s on the Accounts Payable website Comments/Questions
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