The UAccess Financials Upgrade is complete. Congratulations to all those who have worked so hard to accomplish this goal! We also thank campus for your patience throughout this process. You can now log into the upgraded system and process transactions. To access the system:
In November 2017, Tucson resident voters approved a tenth of a percent increase to the City of Tucson sales tax rate. Accordingly, effective February 1, 2018, the rate rose from 2.5% to 2.6%, increasing the total retail sales tax rate in Tucson, AZ from 8.6% to 8.7%. As UA is exempt from the collection of City of Tucson sales tax for sales made by the UA, this change will only apply to purchases from Tucson vendors located within the city limits.
This change has no impact on Arizona use tax assessment, which remains at 5.6%.
See a recording of the UAccess Financials Upgrade Demo that gives an overview of the new look and some updated processes.
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Changes included in the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (Public Law PL 115-97), require employee relocation expenses to be taxable to recipients.
Wednesday, December 13th @ noon is the deadline for campus business offices to submit Purchase Order invoices, DV Cover sheets with supporting documentation and all appropriate approvals to Accounts Payable to guarantee payment prior to University Closure. Invoices/Reimbursements received after noon on December 13 will continue to be processed, although we are unable to guarantee payment prior to the University Closure.
Please find additional details via UAccess Community
When using the PCard for employee recruiting travel expenses, provide the job number and/or the letter of invitation to interview for a specific job posting related to any employee/graduate/post doc employment recruiting travel. Only those expenses related to the initial recruiting trip may be included in Interviewing and Recruiting Expense. Expenses incurred on subsequent trips made prior to the employment start date are considered relocation expenses and must be processed through FSO Accounts Payable.
On May 16, 2017, Tucson resident voters approved a 5-year half-cent increase to the City of Tucson sales tax rate. Effective July 1, 2017, the rate will rise from 2.0% to 2.5%, increasing the total retail sales tax rate in Tucson, AZ from 8.1% to 8.6%. This change has no impact on Arizona use tax assessment, which remains at 5.6%. FSO has evaluated UAccess Financials and current tax calculations within requisitions will accommodate this change so there is limited impact on users.