(3) Workers may offer tuition fees or education reductions, provided the benefit is not discriminated favour of highly compensated workers. Employees may perform these services with other institutions in accordance with institutional policy. For the treatment of the study mission for students, see . c) ancillary benefits. The cost of ancillary benefits in the form of employer contributions or social security fees; Workers` lives, health, unemployment and workers` compensation insurance (except as reported at 200.447); The cost of the pension plan (see point (see (point (i) in this section); and other similar benefits are permitted, provided that these benefits are granted under an established written policy. These benefits must be allocated to federal grants and all other activities in a manner consistent with the model of benefits attributable to individuals or categories of workers whose wages are attributable to such federal bonuses and other activities, and which, according to the accounting practices of the non-federal firm, are billed as direct or indirect costs. The university`s control office is competent and will prepare and submit a proposal for future marginal sentences to the Confederation. Full-time: includes all regular teachers and staff. Workers with a delay of 50% or more (>975 hours) are entitled to the university`s contribution to their benefit program and are considered full-time. (k) ancillary benefit programs and other service charges. For HIs whose costs are paid by public or local authorities, marginal benefit programs (such as retirement fees and FICA) and all other non-federal unit-specific expenses and directly by them are eligible costs for these non-federal agencies, whether or not these fees are recorded in the accounting documents of non-federal units, subject to the following conditions: (i) an insurer or other service providers such as current year fees or bonuses or part-time workers: including part-time and limited-time workers who have an appointment of less than 50% (<975 hours) and who are not entitled to benefits such as health care such as health care , dentists, health care and leave.

. Rutgers University uses rate of change for benefit collection for sponsored projects, so it is necessary for the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to present and negotiate an annual marginal rate proposal. This process is conducted by the university`s Office of Cost Analysis and Deferral. Once completed, the rates will be attached to the R and D from the university. Rutgers Only Claims-Made Rates: These phrases are proposed annually by Rutgers University and negotiated nationally. Eligible ancillary benefits are benefits for which the university only inc affords costs if a right is invoked. These benefits include: Ancillary benefits (FB) include, among other things, thought-related costs, such as health care, pension fund fees and workers` compensation costs. These costs are expressed in rates per class of employees. The rate is the cumulative cost of these benefits divided by the total wages in each class of employees.