If you currently get your reimbursements for travel or out-of-pocket expenses from Cornell by check, consider getting reimbursed faster by enrolling in direct deposit.
IRS mileage rate increases to 67 cents a mile, up 1.5 cents from 2023.
After the winter break, beginning Jan. 2, the Shared Services Center (SSC) will offer daily drop-in virtual office hour sessions to help you with services or questions.
U.S. Bank customer service representatives are available around the clock to assist you. Here are some tips for when and how to contact the bank and other actions you can take.
Procurement Services made several updates to the Buying Manual on October 30, 2023.
Procurement Services made several updates to the Buying Manual on September 15, 2023.
The following finance classes are available from September 2023 through December 2023 and are open to any person interested in learning more about Cornell accounting/finance policies.
As of April 2, 2023, several changes are available in the I Want doc that we hope will improve the user’s experience.
Procurement Services made several updates to the Buying Manual on February 15, 2023, including a new section on paying human research participants.
Beginning Wednesday, March 1, the Shared Services Center (SSC) will offer a third weekly drop-in virtual office hours session to help customers with services or questions.
The following finance classes are available from January 2023 through June 2023 and are open to any person interested in learning more about Cornell accounting/finance policies.
Finance classes are available from September 2022 through December 2022 are open to anyone interested in learning more about Cornell's accounting and finance policies.
Beginning Thursday, June 23, through the month of August the Concur support team will be hosting drop-in sessions to help those who need to brush up on or ask questions about completing travel expense reports.
At the April 7 DFA Conversations event, updates were shared about some changes that have been implemented in Concur and the upcoming implementation of the new Concur user interface, scheduled for July 29, 2022.
Exciting, paid internships will be available for summer 2022.
Enrollment is now open for finance classes being held January 2022 through June 2022. Classes are open to any person interested in learning more about Cornell accounting/finance, payroll, and procurement policies.
Data available prior to the KFS implementation in July 2011 will continue to be accessible through other applications and WebFin2 will remain available.
University Policy 3.14, Business Expenses has been updated to help you identify the most prudent use of these funds as well as the approvals that are required prior to spending resources.
DFA has issued guidelines for handling airfare charges for changed, canceled, or unused tickets due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
Effective immediately, units no longer have to collect insurance certificates from purchase order vendors.
A new system is being implemented for notifying Cash Management of expected incoming wire and electronic transfers and for claiming unidentified receipts.
The University Policy Office announces the issuance of the new interim University Policy 3.2, Travel Expenses, which replaces the previous policies 3.2, Travel Expenses and 3.3, Travel Expenses for Concur Users.
KFSIDR 1040 is a hands-on class is designed for accounting staff who need to review and monitor both transactional and summary level data at the individual account level.
We have revised our approach to use only the KFS project code CORONAV-20 for all expenses related to the outbreak, except as noted below. Begin using this project code immediately.
While Cornell responds to the COVID-19 emergency, we are allowing critical business-related purchases to be delivered to off-campus addresses.
If you need to purchase products and services as a direct result of the coronavirus outbreak, please use the following project code: CORONAV-20.