November 16, 2015
Some Cash Management Changes Apply to All InstitutionsSome Cash Management Changes Apply to All Institutions
While ED’s new rules will have the most impact on institutions that have relationships with banks or third-party servicers, some provisions will affect all Title IV participating schools.

NACUBO Summarizes Regulations on Banking, Processing Relationships

Different aspects of the cash management regulations will apply based on the type of arrangement a school has with a bank or third-party processor.

Education Funding Depends on Devil in the Details

Now that federal lawmakers have agreed to topline budget numbers for FY16, they have until December 11 to set specific spending levels for the National Institutes of Health, student aid, and other programs.

IRS Revises 2016 Form 1098-T

As the IRS prepares to implement a new provision, institutions should comply with rules for soliciting taxpayer identification numbers now.

FASB Defers Controversial NFP Proposal Items

Based on feedback received on its proposal for changes to the Not-for-Profit financial reporting model, FASB will split its redeliberations into two phases.

Tuition Prices Maintain Moderate Increase While Borrowing Declines

Annual reports from the College Board show average sticker prices have risen only slightly since last year, and institutional aid received a big boost.

2015 Administrative IT Summit Report Now Available

The EDUCAUSE/NACUBO 2015 Administrative IT Summit brought nearly 200 higher education leaders to Seattle in June to discuss ways to enhance schools' analytics strategies. Building Institutional Analytics Maturity, now available online, examines those discussions and central takeaways from the event.

Expanded Income-Based Repayment Program Debuts Next Month

Final regulations the Department of Education released in late October will cap monthly payments for more federal student loan borrowers and solidify additional options for Participation Rate Index challenges.

Understanding ED's New Cash Management Rules

Recorded on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 1:00PM ET

All institutions that participate in the Title IV federal student aid programs will be impacted by revised rules from the Department of Education. This webcast will address what you need to do in order to comply with the new regulations.

This program is sponsored by Crowe Horwath.

2016 Facilities and Administrative Rates - Long Form

January 25-26, 2016
Orlando, FL

Don't miss this essential workshop, ideal for those who are new to the long-form methodology or who need to understand more about sponsored research cost accounting. The program has been updated to reflect OMB's Uniform Guidance terms and requirements.



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