To access your 2017 Form W-2 online, please follow the instructions Accessing Electronic Form W-2 Quick Step Guide .
A kiosk is available at 105 East 17th Street, 3rd floor, for employees who wish to use this service. You will be able to view and print your 2017 Form W-2’s from this private kiosk workstation. There will be step by step instructions at the kiosk for those that need assistance.
Employees who have elected to receive a paper 2017 Form W-2 should receive it via the US Postal Service, the week of January 29th. To consent to receive an electronic copy only of future Form W-2’s, please follow the instructions Opt Out of Paper Form W-2 .
If you have questions, please contact PeopleLink at AskPeopleLink@nyu.edu or 212-992-LINK (5465).
Enhanced notifications in i-Buy NYU for supplier registrations are now available. The notifications are intended to update requestors of new suppliers of progress that invited suppliers are making in their registration in i-Buy NYU. Notifications are now available when a supplier is invited, when they begin their registration, and when they complete their registration.
The IRS considers all gift cards cash and cash equivalents subject to tax regardless of the amount of the gift card (e.g. a $1 gift card is subject to tax). Bank of America Payment Cards cannot track and break out gift card purchases; they just track the merchant, e.g., CVS.
A revision has been made to the Signature Authority Policy as it relates to equipment leases. Click here for the policy
Please send requests for approval along with a copy of the lease agreement to the University Treasurer, Janine Wilcox at email@example.com.
June 12, 2017
Procurement has created helpful Bid Waiver Form Guidelines to assist in clarifying for the University when and how the Bid Waiver Form should be used. The Guidelines are easily accessible here.
June 15, 2017
The revisions include:
June 15, 2017
The new Supplier Request Form for Guest Reimbursements will be available in i-Buy NYU effective June 12. 2017. The Supplier Request Form for Guest Reimbursements should be used only when NYU has agreed to reimburse an individual for costs they incur for coming to the University for an engagement.
The following communication regarding "New Legal Requirements for Honoraria Payments" was sent to FOs, HROs and all i-Buy NYU Advanced Requestors on May 12, 2017.
In order to comply with the new NYC Freelance Worker Protection Law, beginning May 15, 2017, the following process must be followed for all honorariums:
For questions about this new process, please contact FinanceLink at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-1111.
May 12, 2017
The Chartfield Access Authorization Form now includes a section to request access to the reporting departments for UDW+ Departmental Metrics Dashboard (UDM) and the proposals tabs on the D03. Grants Management Dashboard.
When an individual from your department requests chartfield access to either one of these reporting departments, you will receive an email asking to approve or deny their request.
Please note that in addition to chartfield access for UDW+ Departmental Metrics Dashboard (UDM), users will need to request UDM reporting access by contacting the Decision Support Group at email@example.com or 212-998-2900, and also receiving approval from their Dean.
If you have any questions, please contact the FinanceLink Service Center at 212-998-1111 or AskFinanceLink@nyu.edu.
November 19, 2015
Use the subaward invoicing system to manage payments to your subawardees! Click here for more information. A quick reference guide and training video are also available to help you navigate the system.
Questions? Contact the SPA Team Analyst for your school.
February 10, 2015
Per IRS Regulations, Cash gifts (including gift cards, gift certificates charge card, credit card, etc.), no matter how little, are considered taxable income and are subject to withholding tax.
IRS Publication 15-B - Cash and cash equivalent fringe benefits (for example, use of gift card, charge card, or credit card), no matter how little, are never excludable as a de minimis benefit, except for occasional meal money or transportation fare.
November 18, 2014