Incorrect time claimed
– As a general rule, you mustkeep timesheets that comply with the minimum requirements stipulated in the H2020 grant agreement. If you do not have a model timesheet of your own, you can find an example prepared by the Commission here.
-You should ensure that the total number of hours declared in EU and Euratom grants for a person for a year is not higher than the number of annual productive hours used to calculate the hourly rate. The total amount of personnel costs declared in these grants for a person for a year must also not be higher than the total personnel costs recorded in your accounts (double ceiling).
-You should only claim hours actually worked on the project. As such, information included in timesheets must match records of annual leave, sick leave, other types of leave and work-related travel. You also cannot claim hours during absences (such as annual leave or sick leave).