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We’ve been hard at work here at CostTree, and are pleased to announce the launch of our quarterly magazine, Capture. Each issue of Capture will cover indirect and true cost topics, as well as case studies within the government, nonprofit, and private sectors. In this issue, we're diving into the overhead myth, talking about the 10 percent de minimis, and asking the question "Do You Know Your True Costs?".

Plus, we're offering lots of helpful tools and tips. Free stuff, too.

So...crack it open and take a look. Knowledge is power, right? 

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Technical Tuesday: 2-Minute Guide to the Uniform Guidance: http://bit.ly/1S98KAY

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Today on the CostTree Blog: We're breaking down the differences between a cost allocation plan and an indirect cost rate proposal: 

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Today on the @CostTree Blog: BIG news for #nonprofits : http://bit.ly/1H8N8R4

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How using cost allocation plays a vital role in cost analysis for #nonprofits : http://bit.ly/1MnUmxg 

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What is cost allocation? Cost allocation helps entities in all sectors be more efficient and effective. Learn more about it here: http://bit.ly/1RYhjKP  

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From the overhead myth to full-cost recovery for nonprofits. Right now is the season of a #nonprofit  paradigm shift.  http://bit.ly/1XPyvWT
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Today on the CostTree blog, we're asking every #nonprofit  this very important question: Is a 10 percent de minimis enough to cover your indirect costs? http://bit.ly/1MTsyVA

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Building trust between a nonprofit and cognizant agency is important. Not clumping all of your costs, like administrative costs, into lump buckets, can help achieve this trust. 

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Today on the CostTree Blog: We're looking at direct and indirect costs of a nonprofit, and giving tips to help you uncover hidden indirect costs you may not have thought about. http://bit.ly/1PiA8cT
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