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2021

  • April

  • March

    • Fiscal Year 2022 Approved Fringe Benefit Rates for Sponsored Projects

      March 10, 2021

      Drexel University has finalized the negotiations of the fiscal year 2022 fringe benefit rates for sponsored projects with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The finalized rates remain the same as the proposed rates. Coeus and Banner have both been updated to reflect the new rates effective July 1, 2021.

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    • 2020 Philadelphia Non-Resident Wage Tax Refund Petition

      March 10, 2021

      In 2020, the Drexel University Payroll Office took steps to stop deducting the Philadelphia Non-Resident City Wage Tax for all employees who were required to work remotely. However, our office recognizes that in certain situations the tax was deducted while the employee was required to work remotely.   
      For these situations, the employee may submit a request for refund.

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  • January

    • 2020 W-2 Forms Available

      January 22, 2021

      2020 W-2 Forms are now available online in DrexelOne. Go to the Employee Tab, Tax Forms, W-2 Wage and Tax Statement, and select 2020. More detailed instructions are available on the Payroll Department webpage.

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    • Work Location Certification

      January 12, 2021

      As Drexel University students, faculty and professional staff continue to return to campus, the Office of the Comptroller recognizes that schedules will change regularly and work duties may be performed at different locations. Drexel University is responsible for withholding payroll taxes based on the location(s) where employees work. It is the responsibility of employees to provide accurate and complete information.


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    • Fiscal Year 2022 Proposed Fringe Benefit Rates for Sponsored Projects

      January 07, 2021

      Drexel University has submitted the fringe benefit proposal to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to establish the fiscal year 2022 fringe benefit rates for sponsored projects.  These rates are not final until we receive the official rate letter from DHHS, however, we do not expect any significant changes when they are finalized. 

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