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Benefits in kind – are they eligible in H2020?

13.04.2022 | Mélanie de Fays
If you are in the middle of your EIC H2020 financial reporting or starting to look at which personnel cost are eligible for your project… look no further! Let us clarify benefits in kind and save you a migraine. Benefits...

OLAF – should I be worried?

18.02.2022 | Alicja Baryła
Have you ever heard of OLAF? No, not the cute, animated snowman but the European Anti-Fraud Office. If you are not familiar with it, here’s what you need to know. What is OLAF? According to the official definition, OLAF (French...

A guide to equipment in H2020 Projects

28.01.2022 | Ewa Ciochoń
If your project needs new equipment, that is specific supplies and/or tools, you have different options to consider. The European Commission (EC) allows you to choose between buying, leasing or renting. Read on to learn the rules and make the...

Can an affiliated company participate in my H2020 project?

06.07.2021 | Karolina Czaharyńska
Yes, your affiliated company can be involved in the project as a linked third party. However, in order to keep in line with H2020 rules, a few principles need to be kept in mind. First, what is a linked third...

Do not forget about the Certificate on Financial Statements in your H2020 project!

21.05.2021 | Alicja Baryła
Have you ever heard of the Certificate on Financial Statements (CFS)? If you are a H2020 grant beneficiary, you should definitely be familiar with it! What is the CFS? The Certificate on Financial Statement is an obligatory audit document for...

EC Audit in H2020 project – how to survive?

12.04.2021 | Anna Szathmáry
Ready, steady, go – Its EC audit time! All right, so this is a topic that nobody likes to think about. Some say it is like preparing for a PhD exam, others say it is like a difficult job interview....

The Financial Statement in H2020 project – and what is behind it

04.02.2021 | Anna Szathmáry
Cost justification (Financial Statement) is a crucial part of EU project management, generally performed by dedicated staff that know every detail of your grant’s applicable financial rules. To be honest, for investigators and technical staff this task is a huge...

Can I start commercializing my results before H2020 project termination?

26.01.2021 | Anna Szathmáry
Time is money. The main goal of your action is to prepare the innovation for successful market rollout at the earliest date possible. Although EU Projects have a timeframe with established deadlines that are difficult to deviate from, if the...

Third parties involved in Horizon 2020 projects

07.04.2020 | Ewa Ciochoń
As a general rule in Horizon 2020, the company is expected to have all the necessary resources to carry out the majority of the work in the project. Nevertheless, the SME can involve external support if necessary for project implementation....

H2020 project suspension – how does it work?

01.04.2020 | Ewa Ciochoń
If the execution of your H2020 project becomes impossible or excessively difficult due to exceptional circumstances, you may request to stop the project for a period of time and suspend the Grant Agreement (GA) implementation. When can project suspension be...
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