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This policy establishes the various types and frequencies of payroll distribution for all University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill employees.
Overpayment occurs when compensation that is not owed to an employee is paid in error. The primary cause of employee overpayments is late salary actions; however, this does not negate an employee's obligation to repay overpaid funds immediately.
This procedure explains the process of Travel & Expense Card (T&E Card) reconciliation. It details the process for online charges and the duties of the Accountholder.
The purpose of this document is to create a policy to: (1) mandate training for all Travel & Expense Card (T&E Card) Accountholders and (2) enforce penalties on T&E Card Accountholders who violate their Accountholder Agreement by not complying with the terms and conditions regarding use of their T&E Card account.
This Procedure states the scope of what the Travel & Expense Card (T&E) can be used for to comply with state auditing rules. It details examples of allowable and non-allowable uses of the T&E Card and defines the oversight of card use.
In order to obtain a University Travel & Expense Card (T&E Card), several forms must be completed.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines for the issuance, use of the University Travel & Expense Card (T&E) and to ensure that controls are in place to mitigate risk, compliance with State and University travel policies, and regulations.
This procedure provides information for foreign national employees who are completing tax withholding forms, whether they are visiting Teachers/Researchers (visiting scholars) or Students (graduate student research and teaching assistants as well as other student employees).
The University provides this policy to inform employees of mandatory deductions.
An institutional trust or special fund ("trust fund") may be established in ConnectCarolina using the Source Create module.
This procedure is for establishing an endowment fund Source, where the principal is to remain intact (the gift exists in perpetuity) and is to be invested to produce income that may be expended or reinvested.
This procedure describes the online enrollment process, and required student and department information needed to enroll eligible students in the Graduate Student Health Insurance plan.
The associated department(s) must verify student eligibility before enrolling the graduate student in the Graduate Health Insurance Program (GSHIP).
This procedure describes the GSHIP insurance premium payment process and subsequent distribution of charges to the departments.
The sales tax for admission charges is required by N.C. General Statutes.