Minimum purchase or service required to achieve a particular business objective.
That part of an employee's wages that remains after all deductions have been subtracted (taxes, health insurance, benefits, etc.) Also known as take home pay.
A new supplier is one who has been approved to do business with the University and has provided all of the necessary information as required by University, state and federal regulations.
Benefits provided to employees in some form other than cash (i.e., company care, health or life insurance, parking). They may be taxable or nontaxable.
Employees who are covered by the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. They may be paid on an hourly or salary basis.
A grant or contract project grant fund from a non-government source, on which the donor has placed restrictions on its use.
In the context of employee benefits, an employer plan that does not meet IRS qualification requirements.
An individual from a foreign country who does not pass either the "green card" or "substantial presence" residency test for tax purposes.
Written or typed information that is required on the receipt, expense reimbursement form, or other document.