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Business Expense Reimbursement Guidelines
Receipts for Business & Travel Expenses
Effective 7/1/2014 the University will no longer reimburse meals based on a per diem rate. Actual expenses will have to be claimed. When traveling on University Business, please RETAIN ALL DETAILED FOOD RECEIPTS if you will be seeking reimbursement. You will then need to return the reimbursement form, along with your original receipts, to Anna Valerio.
In addition, please note that receipts are required for all expenses of $50 or more. Receipts for expenses less than $50 (other than food) do not need to be submitted.
The University encourages that reimbursable business expenses be substantiated within 30 days after the expense is incurred. Expenses incurred in advance of a trip, conference, or event should be substantiated within 30 days of purchase (e.g. airfare, conference fees, registration fees, advance deposits, etc.).