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Chapter 257 Salary Report Due by November 13th

AAFCPAs reminds human & social services provider clients that the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) Chapter 257 Salary Report for FY 2019 – FY 2021 is due by November 13th. This report is required by Chapter 257 which provides that social service program providers report salary information to EOHHS in the following categories:

  • Direct Care;
  • Direct Care III;
  • Front Line;
  • Medical;
  • Nursing;
  • Clinical; and
  • Management.

How to file

The Chapter 257 Salary Report (and instructions on how to complete the report) may be found here: Ch. 257 Salary Reporting. Please note that the Salary Report must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on November 13, 2020 to EOHHSPOSPolicy@nullmass.gov.

Who must file the report?

If you are unsure if you should file the report, open: Ch. 257 Salary Reporting, choose the sheet titled “FY21 Salary Report,” and see if your organization’s name appears in the dropdown in column A.

AAFCPAs specializes in serving the health & human services sector and understands the business challenges our clients face. We help our clients grow, pivot, or reinvent by providing insight and access to our network gained through over 45+ years serving the nonprofit community to aid in the pursuit of long-term financial and programmatic sustainability.

AAFCPAs is available for guidance on completing your Ch. 257 Salary Report. If you have questions, please contact Jeffrey Cicolini, CPA, CGMA at 774.512.4026, jcicolini@nullaafcpa.com.

About the Author

Jeff Cicolini, CPA
Jeff provides accounting, tax and consulting services to nonprofit organizations. He has extensive experience providing solutions to evolving nonprofit organizations with complex program offerings, diverse financing sources, and budgets ranging from $20 million to over $200 million. He specializes in advising human and social service agencies, including multi-service agencies, residential and day treatment behavioral healthcare providers, early education and care (EEC) agencies, community development corporations’ affordable housing projects, and membership organizations.