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FP6 Financial Info & FAQs --> Proposal --> Cost Models --> When To Use FCF, AC or FC --> When To Use FCF, AC or FC FAQs

Q:

What Cost Model should I use if I have a mixed accounting system?

A:

Where a legal entity has a MIXED accounting system (composed of one which allows to distinguish indirect costs and another which doesn’t allow it), so long as the direct costs of the project can be identified, the FC model can be used. Where it is not possible to distinguish the share of the direct and indirect costs to this project it is possible to use the AC model, so long as the legal entity meets the criteria for its use.



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