List of Disallowable Expenses A number of items are not allowable in NAPT production budgets. Other funders may have disallowable expenses as well. Check with them before you assume that a particular expense is allowable under their guidelines. NAPT funds may NOT be used to pay for the following: Production activity or any expenses incurred prior to the time of notification of offering a Production License Agreement. Costs of fundraising for the program or the cost of preparing materials for the NAPT application. Legal costs of contract negotiations with NAPT or business organization costs, such as incorporation. First class or business class travel expenses – airline and other travel expenses must be coach or economy class. Costs associated with producing a different version of the program, unless NAPT specifically requires such version. Over-scale payments to any union or guild member beyond the PBS or PTV scale pay rates. The cost of distributing or promoting the program in markets other than public television. The cost of litigation or any awards associated with lawsuits. IRS or other penalties for any legal non-compliance. Equipment or software purchases. Any other costs not directly related to the production of the program.
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