This policy establishes when Harvard will pay for non-travel business expenses of any individuals conducting business on the University’s behalf.
Harvard units may occasionally spend modest amounts from appropriate funding sources to recognize employees under certain circumstances.
This policy outlines the circumstances in which the University can provide compensation to or pay for the travel expenses of guest speakers who are foreign nationals, and describes the associated tax implications.
It is Harvard’s policy that an individual who is paid to provide services to Harvard must be hired as an employee unless the engagement satisfies the three-part Independent Contractor test.
Interim Payroll Policy Effective September 1, 2021 - May 31, 2022The Interim Payroll Policy's initial end date of 12/31/21 has been extended through 05/31/2022
Harvard has implemented an interim payroll policy and will implement payroll tax withholding and benefits for several new states starting this fall.
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Since 2006, Massachusetts requires tax withholding on certain service payments to performers or performing entities when the performance is held inside Massachusetts
This policy establishes the proper uses and administration of petty cash funds.
This policy governs who can apply and how to apply for a purchasing card (PCard).
This policy establishes how reserves for bad debt and write-offs are recorded at the University.
This policy establishes when revenue must be recorded at the University.
Links to Harvard's travel policies, payment options and reimbursement information for Schools with exceptions.
Activities that generate income from external sources are potentially subject to taxation, specifically income tax and sales tax.
This policy establishes how Harvard University will reimburse individuals for travel expenses incurred conducting University business.