Expenditures to Avoid Over-, Under-, Unallowable
In getting the most out of your grant dollar, there is more to be considered than just getting the best deal or getting more for less. It is even more important (1) not to spend money that may, in the future, be disallowed by the auditors and (2) not to spend money that you may not have. Also, although they are often overlooked as a problem, underexpenditures should be avoided. In an indirect way (pun intended), underexpenditures can cost your agency money just as surely as overexpenditures do.
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